Life in Lockdown
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In this episode, Rane and Jo share the books, projects and resources that are helping them navigate life in lockdown.
These are challenging times, and we send out our support and solidarity to you all. Here are some of our favourites that might spark a little joy.
What is helping your mental health right now?
While these resources have been helping our state of mind, if you need support please call:
Beyond Blue Coronavirus Mental Health Support.
1800 512 348.
Lifeline. Crisis Support.
13 11 14.
Rane: Learning Maori - Happy Maori Language Week!
Korero Maori - Maori Made Easy: Scotty Morrison
Waka Huia, Te Karere, view on the Maori TV app:
Jo: Gua Sha - Sandra Lanshin Chiu TCM
Chris Cheers Psychology - elevating mental health in the arts and LGBTQI+ communities. Helpful insights and suggestions like:
‘Notes from a psychologist trying to find a way through a lockdown low day’
Em Swami - art + activism from an intersectional perspective. Jo just bought the ‘Stop imagining the apocalypse start imagining the revolution’ print.
Danielle Coke - visual and poetic representation of social justice issues. A helpful, visual way to make sense of complex social issues.
Christopher - a Brooklyn based Black, queer femme kween building - community through plants. Joy, sparkles, plant care and self care tips.
Feel good viewing
Beryl Shereshewsky, a youtube channel cooking and exploring foods from different cultures.
Pick Up Limes - a youtube channel sharing simple and inspiring vegan dishes, with lots of quick and low budget options. We love Sadia’s episode sharing Afghan dishes from her childhood.
Back to Nature: ABC Iview
A journey through the Australian landscape and the unique stories of the land, deepening
our connection with nature and culture. Beautiful scenery, insights from the original inhabitants of each location and creative guests.
Jo’s recently enjoyed books:
Taylor Jenkins Reid - Daisy Jones and the Six, Malibu Rising
Utopia Avenue - David Mitchell
Justina Blakeney - Jungalow
Although buy from somewhere local or booktopia to save on shipping.
Jivana’s new book - Yoga Revolution, it will be released in November (Jo was reading an advance copy for an upcoming podcast episode).
Who is inspiring you right now?
Accessible Yoga Training
Accessible Yoga Conference - September 22
Asanas for Autism and Special Needs
Yoga for Humankind
Jill Miller and Tom Myers rolling along the anatomy trains
Aboriginal creator and story teller. Mermaid queen on Kariyarra country. Art, design, photography tips, celebrating Aboriginal women and families.
Inspiration from Fipe Preuss!