Greater Good’s Guide to Well-Being During Coronavirus


A resource I call on frequently in the Greater Good In Action website.

For the past few years they’ve been collecting evidence-based strategies to improve wellbeing.

Many of their strategies are quite simple and involve only a small investment of time.

The Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley which created and maintains the website also publish a Greater Good Magazine, which publishes stories on wellbeing and how to lead a meaningful life.

Today I got notification that they’ve put together a Guide to Wellbeing During Coronavirus

It is quite a comprehensive guide covering

  • resources for stress and anxiety
  • resources for fostering connection
  • well-being resources for parents
  • well-being resources for educators
  • other coronavirus wellbeing resources

I’ll try to keep on track of these kinds of resources and share them regularly on the blog.

One of the positives to come out of a situation like Coronavirus is that you will find an abundance of good information about looking after yourself and your loved ones start appearing on the internet. You just need to know where to look. Hopefully I can help you find the good resources.

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