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Covid Benefits--Part 1

While Covid has brought many challenges to our lives, members explored the positive experiences that they discovered while sheltering at home. Even as a community particularly at risk, members are finding a wide variety of ways to enjoy their time and learn new behaviors or ways of thinking.

 

 


 

Conquer Boredom with Apps

This virtual Longevity Explorers' circle meeting includes members from sixteen states and features discussions inspired by common experiences living under the Covid 'stay at home' orders. Linda leads off with her favorite: Spider solitaire - a card game site at www.spider-solitaire-game.com....

 


 

Gadgets That Help During Covid: Virtual Circle

This virtual Longevity Explorers' circle meeting includes members from sixteen states and features discussions inspired by common experiences living under the Covid 'stay at home' orders. The topic: gadgets that help during COVID.

 


 

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This Circle

This is the first "virtual" circle of the Longevity Explorers. 

Adapting to the challenges of the Covid pandemic, we are the first entirely virtual Longevity Explorers group. While the original IRL (in real life) Explorers have also taken their meetings online, the members of our circle aren’t in a specific geographic location, but span the country from coast to coast.

Circle members are getting to know each other as they explore how to use the online medium to build connections and continue leveraging technology to maintain our quality of life.

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