Have you ever wanted to visit a place in Second Life that was about health, but fun? The folks at Whole Brain Health in Second Life have done just that at Inspiration Island. They have over 60 engaging and informative spaces on four different levels. Some of their activities are self-paced and others are facilitated. From discussions and hands-on building activities to workshops and regular music events you just might miss the fact that everything is focused on wellbeing and having a healthy brain. (Be sure to visit the Brodmann Brain … one of my favorite areas) Wisdomseeker and her
There are many concerns that going outside might infect us with the COVID-19 virus. That is especially true for close spaces with other people such as stores, offices, buses, planes, picnics, sporting events, and more. Not all of us can go out into the woods for a walk alone. Going for a walk in your neighborhood wearing a face mask and remaining at least 6′ (2 meters) apart may be okay, but feels uncomfortable for most of us. If you’re sick or someone in your family is sick we must stay at home. Regardless of whether you enjoy an afternoon
Thanks to the vision of our “PersonNotInCharge”, Ginny, we have an add for the ever popular Ginny’s Floss. This mainstay product for all healthy Etopians – along with the Nougat Bar – is a must-have in any virtual bathroom cabinet. Thanks to Ginny, Sol, and Moss for their humor, talent, and time.
I know many of us were using Zoom for work. I wasn’t as excited about it as most folks, but I recommended it as an easy to use, stable video meeting platform. Until last week, that is. If you’re not aware of the deep pile of virtual doo-doo Zoom found itself pretty much buried in a quick google search will fill you in. Suffice it to say I no longer recommend or use Zoom for connecting with clients. So what do I use? I always recommend that clients join Second Life and take advantage of the robust environment and communication