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What’s a day’s work for you? Explore stories told by people across America about their day ’ s work.

A day's work isdistant learning science with 7th graders. I respond to how they say they're doing in forms and to lots of emails. We zoom and discuss their data from their investigations. Sometimes some of them will stay until the end to chat with me...

A day's work isa struggle with all that is going on. It is hard to not have a change of scenery and it just is a different room in your house. I try to go outside my house and do work, like on the patio or...

A day's work isgathering people to sing. Creating community in isolation. A daily virtual sing along. Just one song a day. Song leaders are local, national, international, even Grammy-award winning. We have between 200-2500 singing with us each day. As Community Engagement Director at Washington Revels...

A day's work ismaking something you can be proud of. That could be anything from a thousand-word article to a thousand sandwiches, wings, and bowls of salad. Right now, that about sums up my decision: Do I keep looking for a job in writing when hundreds...

A day's work isstudying about existential risk, developing a participatory (transmedia) story about safeguarding future generations, and stay physically active so that I can sit at short periods without back pain to study about existential risk.

A day's work iswaking up approximately at 8:00 am every morning why? I like routines and staying on a schedule. My mom is usually downstairs already because she feeds our cat early every morning and then my mom will wait for me to come down stairs...

A day's work isfirst waking up around 8 to begin my day. I get make some coffee and get started on school. At around 10 I head to the track to start my basketball workout. After that I come home shower and start work. I usually...

A day's work isas a part time Home Oxgen/DME Respiratory Therapist and pianist musician for Air Force Base in Cheyenne, WY. I'm lucky enough to be disabled on SSDI and was doing great with my two part time jobs when Covid hit. The...

A day's work is trimming my nails, clipping my beard, and taking a shower. A day's work is reorienting my life around a new sense of purpose. A day's work is emptying the dishwasher. It is learning to convert guilt over my privileged life and my...