Signature masks, smaller guest lists and new contract clauses- in the debut episode of Let's Talk About It, Meredith speaks with wedding planner Kim Pestalozzi about how large gatherings and celebrations have changed because of the pandemic.
In this episode of Let's Talk About It I'm joined by high school graduate Kendall DeVecchis. Like so many others across the country she has graduated high school but without the normal pomp and circumstance because of the pandemic. We talk about what it's like to have the high school chapter of her life close when it never felt like it really ended.
In part 1 of this episode of Let's Talk About It I speak with Jim Williamson, who works in finance is the father of a toddler. He, his wife and son have all been quarantining together in their Brooklyn apartment since the beginning of the pandemic, and we discuss how life has changed since he had to relocate his whole job to the kitchen table.
Watch part 2 of the new episode of Let's Talk About It, Work-Life Balance During a Pandemic. Most people are looking forward to getting back to life after the pandemic. But what about going back to work- specifically to the office. Working dad, Jim Williamson, and I weigh the pros and cons of bringing the job indefinitely home and how things may look when he returns to a desk that isn't in his kitchen.
Turning traumatic postponements and cancelations into opportunities for creative celebrations- In this new episode of Let's Talk About It, Meredith speaks with NJWedding.com co-publisher Erik Kent about how the wedding and events industry is evolving because of the pandemic.
On this new episode of Let's Talk About It, Meredith chats with new high school graduate Elise Lowery. The Oregon teen's senior year may have been cut short, but she's seeing the brighter side of the situation. She even came to prefer her drive-through graduation ceremony over a traditional one.