Using It All

Pandemic Living as Data Points for Inquiry

February 2021
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In March 2020 schools, businesses, restaurants were first closed down in Maryland, USA. Traffic ceased, as did the hustle of daily motion. The members of the Frank family each responded to the challenge differently, together. How could they use it all to notice what is important, what demands celebration, what is calling for more? Now, after nearly a year of pandemic, the Frank family continues to learn about themselves, one another and their local and global community.


Author: Andrea Frank

Andrea is interested in the intersection of home, school, work and play. She is sought after to transform organizations and individuals to flourishing and functional, thriving at work and beyond using Appreciative Inquiry, positive psychology and kindness as lenses.


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