Industry mentoring initiative The Trenches today is launching their ‘HOW TO … ALONE TOGETHER’ series which will feature partners and members sharing creative tips, invitations and initiatives aimed at introducing some laughter, creativity and sanity to our new daily realities.
As we face more time in our home offices, we gain dogs but we risk losing the ability to separate ourselves from our work. To help prevent a creative slump, The Trenches is leveraging their community to share a laugh, valuable WFH hacks and strategies so we can get through this together.
They will continue to offer mentoring services digitally, and encourage those who are in need of advice or support during this time to connect with their mentors or the Trenches community.
The first “HOW TO … ALONE TOGETHER” video will launch today with Russel Howcroft sharing his personal recipe for the ultimate ‘Quarantini’ just in time for your virtual Thursday happy hours. In the weeks to come, they will be sharing videos from partners at Pedestrian and TikTok.
The Trenches are calling out for anyone who wishes to share their own creative ‘How To’ to contact them at email@example.com.
We are all now ‘artists in residence’. So to those budding stand up comedians, improvs, dancers, movie critics, satirical ranters, bar tenders, trivia junkies, yoga, tantra, healers come at us. Novices desired, it’s all just a bit of fun.
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