The Anxious Bostonian’s Guide to Finally Getting Out of the Bubble
Going back to socializing with friends, working in an office, and traveling is going to be joyful, exhilarating, and life-affirming. After a year of isolation, it could also be really hard. Here are some tips for surviving and thriving in a post-pandemic city.
After a full year of isolation and endless TV, books, and takeout, what is normal, anyway?
Whether you’re traveling by car or T, here’s what to expect and how to prepare if the farthest you’ve commuted recently is from your bed to your couch.
In a world where some have gotten the jab and some haven’t, it’s important to remember: No one is immune to stupidity. Here’s what to do, and what not to do, when you’re in mixed company.
Reverend Liz Walker, senior pastor at Roxbury Presbyterian Church and a former local news anchor, on the things we all carry more than a year into the pandemic.
If you or a loved one recovered from COVID months ago and still aren’t feeling 100 percent, you’re not alone: Symptoms can linger in many patients for weeks or even months, and doctors are still trying to find out why.
Are you prepared to return to the social circuit, or do you need a little more time to warm up to the idea of hanging out with other humans again? Take this quiz to find out.