The Lessons We Learned (and Missed) One Year After Covid-19

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The pandemic tested our friendships and relationships. If we lost some, that’s okay.

We need to slow down.

When one of us is sick, not all of us have to be sick.

Respect personal space and be more conscious of germs.

America is dangerously more individualistic than we thought.

Racism doesn’t stop during a crisis, if anything, it becomes heightened.

Fake activism is not cute. Please stop.

Accessibility is important and needs to be improved.

Jobs are heartless.

Workplaces should consider remote work… but some are resisting.

The importance of relying on “self” without being selfish.

Congress needs a reality check.

Enjoy the moment. Express gratitude.

Social media is here to stay.

It’s going to take a revolution for America to be what we want it to be.

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