I had the pleasure of joining Amy Baglan, CEO of Fabriq, on the Wellness 3.0 podcast this week. Listen in!
It’s time to rethink what creeping cultural and economic norms such as HOA-governed communities are doing to our neighborhoods, our neighbors, and ourselves.
While I may never win Neighbor of the Year, I have begun to act upon the realization that small signals matter when it comes to creating a culture of connection in my neighborhood.
According to sociologists, one of the clearest trends in Americans’ socializing habits over the past few decades has been a marked decline in the frequency with which we entertain in our homes. Could the fact that our attempts to connect happen largely outside our homes—separate from the epicenter of our lives—be a driver of our widespread loneliness? In March, I’ll try to find out.