Drawing Our Future
The beta Mapping Ourselves Online workshop was an opportunity to speak about the CareMap, our other Mapping Ourselves tools, and the personal science practice with the pandemic as a backdrop.
Beware of “Learned Incapacity”
Our Learned Incapacity for real social interaction is a detrimental cost to the coronavirus pandemic that we all must be very aware of.
Care in the Time of Corona Virus
While we protect our communities from the corona virus, let’s consider how we want to design our futures and our world with intention.
Seeing Our Relationships Change
A student observes on his CareMap how he doesn’t provide much care to his Grandma in Texas and so he begins to change his relationship with her, deepening their connection and expanding his network.
Learn about what personal science is and how we teach people to use our data visualization tools in a way that they can adapt them to meet their own needs.
A Village to Lean On: Caregiving and women at work
How women tend to care at home and at work has real implications and should be central to any conversation about gender parity at work, home, and society.
Visualizing Care’s Ripple Effect
Read about how small, individual actions of care can positively impact and fundamentally alter communities, families, and care cultures.
The Nuclear Family Myth
The nuclear family model remains a cornerstone of the American family, and yet, it is not a successful model of living. We need extended community.
Mapping Ourselves in Michigan for the Youth Advisory Committee
Read about the first of a series of Mapping Ourselves Workshops for youth in Michigan, part of the We All Care Initiative