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Some ideas for kiddos that you know who have to stay in school, whether siblings or friends of siblings or kids of siblings - whatever!
The Monterey Bay Aquarium, and possibly other zoos/aquariums have set up livestreams of their various tanks so that kids can watch.
If you have spare old cell phones with cameras and a safe backyard you can send them on a photo-scavenger hunt "Go take pictures of 3 cool bugs, 2 seeds, and your favorite flower there is" or whatever
Download coloring book pages online and print them out.
Practice giving responsibilities to those who are becoming young adolescents - remember, fulfillment comes from accomplishing tasks. They know where they need to go to get closer to being grown-ups, but they need to be given tasks to orient them in those positive directions.
Also look for subreddits (yeah, I know) for your local states/cities that may have up to date local information.
I think there have been some various sites set up for people to apply for jobs where you're able to work from home.
That's all I have for now. I'm glad that I had a nest egg set up so i'm actually doing okay, but I really hope everyone here is doing alright and staying in touch with their families.
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I'm really anxious for the future but browsing Dreamchan and listening to calming ambient music to help calm me down. I got a text from my ex today. We talked, I definitely still love her but I don't think it'll ever work out the way I want it to - she's over me. She wants to be friends, we're talking about it tomorrow but I already know how it'll go down, but still part of me wonders whether or not her love is worth the suffering it'll inevitably cause.
How's everyone doing? I hope you're enjoying the spring, maybe getting some house work or some yardwork done. I'm back at home because the dorms are closed and it's pretty nice. I didn't know how much I missed it. Going to spend the rest of the day trying to relax and get right back out tomorrow and finish the gardening project I started, today is just not my day.
It'll get better. It always does.
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Things are getting locked down here, though luckily the government's been very good at handling the actual disease. However, this has halted any job applications, so currently am NEETing.
I'm looking to improve my math skills, do any Anons have a good pointer for basic University-level math? I took engineering, so most of my math education was focused on Calculus and Linear Algebra. However, I still feel like I missed alot of important concepts a Math or CS Major might have taken up.
Entertainment wise, I've stocked up on video games, books and old cartoons, so I should be set. Any suggestions for creative outlets? I should probably pick up my guitar again…
Great to see more people interested in math, this is a good feeling. What kind of pointers are you looking for? Tips for how to study, or good resources to learn from?
By the way, you should learn some probability theory as it's always useful to have.
I'm going to second MIT OCW. It's a great resource for lecture notes and problem sets.
Also have a look at Harvard's video series on probability and algebra, especially if you like lectures.
If you like textbooks it's much easier to just google for the most popular alternatives and download them all. You can decide which one is best for you by reading the toc and introduction
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thanks alot anons, stay safe!