How to maintain strong connections with the people who matter the most to you right now!

1 easy step to creating Virtual Dinner Parties to spend time and stay connected with your family and friends as a crucial part of maintaining personal resilience!

Hanging out on Zoom videocon
Hanging out on Zoom videocon

We’ve discovered the power of Zoom for staying in contact with people and have started a series of Virtual Dinner parties to ‘hang-out’ together and share the latest news, gossip and have a laugh… this week we’re creating Virtual Cocktail Hour for short catch ups

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