What Does Wellness Mean Now?

We spend a lot of our days chatting with each other about things we see online, trying to make sense of it all. This week in the Styles newsletter, Wait …, Amanda Hess, a critic-at-large, and Jenna Wortham, a staff writer for the Magazine and a host of the podcast “Still Processing,” discuss the wellness industry and their self-care routines.

Speaking of podcasts, we have a new one: “Together Apart.” How do we make gatherings meaningful when we can’t be physically together? Our host, Priya Parker, a professional conflict facilitator and the author of “The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters,” shares her advice. You can subscribe on Apple or Spotify.

Take it away, Amanda and Jenna!

Amanda: Hi, Jenna. How are you doing? Are you well?

Jenna: Ugh, Amanda, what a question. I have my health, a safe place to sleep, my pantry is full, my loved ones are OK, but I feel like absolute garbage. Heavy. You know what I mean?

Amanda: Yes. I always feel lucky, and I feel especially lucky now, but I also am just consumed by this greater loss, and by how many people are dying and are going to die.

Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/08/style/wellness-self-care-coronavirus.html

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