How NPR Staffers Create Space For Zen

Here's how NPR staffers are creating space for zen, practicing mindfulness and getting by during this pandemic.
Kathleen Hoang, Manager of Business Partner Operations. Source: NPR

Here's how NPR staffers are practicing mindfulness and getting by during this pandemic.

"I'm creating space for zen by trying to stretch every morning and night while listening to soothing music!"-Kathleen Hoang, Manager of

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