By Eve Padula, Keypoint Intelligence
It has been more than two years since terms like “COVID-19” and “global pandemic” became a part of our everyday vernacular. With new variants continuing to emerge with frustrating frequency, it remains to be seen when (if ever) we’ll finally be able to put this part of human history in the rear-view mirror. COVID changed so much about our world: how we work, how we shop, how we interact with one another, and even how we learn. As a parent, this final aspect hit particularly close to home for me.