Scientologists @home showcases the many people across the globe who are staying safe, staying well and thriving in life.
Scientologists @home showcases the many people across the globe who are staying safe, staying well and thriving in life.
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When it comes to pumpkin pie, Odin does it all—including making crust from scratch.
Tzu-Ching accessorizes with stylish scarves tied with simple knots. It’s her way of adding a bit of color and personal flair to any outfit.
Rhiannon enjoys nothing more than getting to spend time with her kids. They’re an active pair, jumping on their backyard trampoline and playing outdoors on a beautiful day.
Nate is using this time to focus on his guitar playing, songwriting and recording.
Kash is a young devotee of karate. His elegant, sweeping movements are proof he’s got some classic techniques down.
Natalia works in a Kiev-based marketing firm that specializes in “augmented reality.”
All Hao has to do is open the door to clue his pup that it’s “walkies” time. After that, his pet enthusiastically, yet obediently, heads outside for their daily constitutional.
When your specialty is acrobatics and current circumstances cramp your style, you do what Mallory did.
Ingrid just finished her first novel. Here’s a little teaser—it’s about three friends who help each other find success.
As a way of handling these challenging times, Barbara gets outside and gets productive.
Maintaining a sense of community is more important than ever. So, Billie is connecting her community by reaching out to them with videos.
Shu-Tzu is in the business of wellness. So, when she’s at work, she’s promoting health big time—and that’s good news for her customers.
Indy is an absolutely phenomenal young dancer whose dedication to her art form is obvious from her graceful moves.
Aida has a tried-and-true skincare routine of just a few steps to achieve a healthy, glowing look.
Rob enjoys taking his pair of pooches on their daily strolls. He says taking those canine adventures outdoors is an excellent way to extrovert his attention.
Marcel slings his six-string electric guitar over his shoulder, flicks on his amp and launches into some power chords guaranteed to send a warm sensation up the spine of any heavy metal fan.
Yong Syuan is keeping it real and keeping it clean. In a time when cleanliness really matters, she’s safeguarding her health by safeguarding and cleaning her environment.
Nishan is a practitioner of the hottest art form there is—blacksmithing.
Beatrice enlists the small but helpful hands of her two grandkids for that family-favorite activity—making cupcakes!
Catie grabs her tennis racket and heads out to the court, facing off against her fiancé.
Stefano maintains machines. But not just any machines. He works on ones that maintain machinery that make repairs in dangerous environments—like underwater.
Since Yen-Hua has had more time at home, he’s had more time for his hobby—drawing.
Danielle stitches up her day by practicing the craft of crochet. She’s been churning out soft, warm, great-looking hats to send to family members living in the colder climates of the country.
Ana transitioned all her work to provide lectures online.
Ali works in her home office doing financial spreadsheets for clients. It’s work that she loves, but even someone with an affinity for accounting needs to step away from the computer after a while.
Kirsten is following The Way to Happiness right to the playgrounds of Stuttgart.
Caroline is growing a flourishing garden in her backyard. Every night, she gets to go and pick some fresh produce for dinner.
Chiung-Yu likes to line up rows of dominoes … and set off the sequence to watch them come tumbling down.
Ron has the blueprint for getting through these difficult times—he’s flourishing and prospering.
Margarita makes mac ’n’ cheese with her own little protein-packed twist to the traditional comfort food.
To start off her day, Chantelle brews up a batch of Bulletproof coffee to help her stay fit.
Mei-Chin powers up her leaf blower and gets to work around the house: cleaning up, repairing and bringing some order to her garden.
Lourdes lives in the subtropical state of Guanajuato, Mexico, and enjoys taking care of her houseplants.
Carol is composing a song with her daughter, who happens to live in another state.
Maria Angela whips up a plate of pasta carbonara with a few simple ingredients. Just a word of warning—you might find yourself dashing to your kitchen to make your own!
Des collects salvaged wood and, in his home workshop, transforms it into beautiful pieces of custom furniture.
Ming-Mei starts her day by whipping up quick and easy cheesy scrambled eggs.
Julio is a musician who’s written a kind of love song to the Earth.
Fu Mei is discovering the joys of golf and absolutely loving it.
Florita has a morning routine that’s as classic as the architecture in her hometown of Athens.
Gaye enjoys the creativity painting offers but swaps out plain white canvases for unfinished ceramic objects, like animals, to create works of art all her own.
Madoka’s been keeping her children, Kosei and Yosei, engaged and active through these times.
At home, Ching-Chieh is staying active and staying in shape. She’s been maintaining her physical wellness with a regular routine of squats and stretches.
As an in-demand impressionist, Jim is a man with a thousand voices. And even with live gigs on hold, he would not be silenced.
As a budding artist, Natalie finds nothing more challenging or more gratifying than capturing the human form in one of her sketches.
Melinda’s a wardrobe consultant who understands the value of accessorizing.
Chih-Ho makes time for the great outdoors, hopping on his bike and taking a ride through the city.
Phoenix is a singer-songwriter whose music sends people soaring. She started as a kid, so though she’s still pretty young, she’s already got a lifetime of creation under her belting voice.
Ty hikes up to an elevation of about 8,000 feet and takes in a stunning panoramic view of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the surrounding mountains.
Josue’s a professional pizza maker. If there’s one food that makes pretty much everybody happy, it’s pizza.
Savannah opens up her sketchbook and lets her mind run free. With her imagination triggering at full speed, she comes up with colorful drawings of fanciful places.
Ivy makes great-tasting, nutritious meals quickly and easily. That’s just the way she rolls.
Yu-Wen is taking advantage of all the extra time at home by helping her young son improve his reading skills.
After clocking in a long day’s work, Stacy clocks in the mileage on her odometer—30 miles to be precise.
Industrial engineer Virginia is working from home right now, delivering webinars and workshops to clients.
Frank passes down his gardening secrets to his granddaughter. He shows her how to properly plant tulip bulbs, all while filling her with anticipation of the beauty that will come from her efforts.
Yu-Xuan is a young and talented artist drawing in the ultra-popular anime style.
A few things have changed in Dr. Lucia’s office. For instance, to keep her and her patients safe she now dons a uniform of personal protection equipment.
Diana is a commercial real estate pro who actually kept busy throughout this time.
Robin and his daughters made a project out of creating an inviting garden in their backyard.
Soleil takes a quick break from packing boxes for her upcoming move just to wish everyone an awesome day!
Jack is a young karate master in the making. He’s practicing his straight punch, his front kick and his roundhouse, all to learn the art of martial arts.
As an artist, Trinity is a triple threat—and then some. She paints, draws, doodles and she also strums a pretty sweet ukulele.
Mara runs her own renaissance-making academy. In her studio, artists learn how to enter their field and come out the other side with a successful career.
Corbyn’s been sharpening his skill of sharpening his tools. For instance, he chops away at the time—as well as the woodpile—by refinishing his ax.
Originally from China, Emily now lives in Los Angeles. When she’s craving a home-cooked Chinese meal, she gets busy and makes up some home-style fried rice in her new hometown.
Diana’s taking advantage of every day at home by making sure she stays productive in her work and healthy in body and soul.
Heidi comes clean on the secret to making soaps at home. Just heat a few ingredients to precise temperatures, carefully blend them together, add a bit of patience and you can be on your way to becoming an artisanal soapmaker, too!
Brittany creates subtle and beautiful works of art, and is so brimming with creativity that she routinely works on two paintings at once.
Rather than worrying about what she can’t do during this time, Jayne devotes her energy to things she can do.
Master Kuo-Ming maintains a temple in Taiwan. Having instituted thorough safety protocols, his temple has operated smoothly during these times.
Catalina is now teaching her students in the virtual world. While classrooms today are in cyberspace, so is access to the fundamentals of efficient learning.
Although December’s still a ways away, Gloria hears the jingle bells jingling.
After a day in front of the computer, sometimes Rachael needs to get some space—so she heads outdoors for a walk through the stunning wooded landscape behind her home.
Roberta is at home raising her toddler son … and loving it! She takes special enjoyment in seeing him grasp the lessons that she teaches him.
Every day Gary strolls through his neighborhood park, which just so happens to be filled with wonderful and whimsical sculptures.
Furniture maker Jackson crafts incredibly elegant pieces right in his workshop at home.
Sandra is creating a safe and fun environment for her children, who happen to be busy transforming a cardboard box into their latest and greatest masterpiece painting.
Barbara takes holiday gift-giving to another level with a lot of creative ingenuity and a little patience.
Maurizio runs a school where they teach Italian children to speak English.
Hsiang-Ting is discovering that when she sits down at the keyboard, she can create a world of wonderful music.
Professional dance and Pilates instructor Carla has recently been stretching her talents to the virtual world.
Whitney gathers some of the healthiest produce on the planet and unlocks their powerful nutrients by jamming them through the juicer.
When life gave Kingsley sustained time at home, he didn’t waste a minute. He did something he’d always wanted to do—he took to the keyboard and started piano lessons.
Tobias steps into his in-line skates and rolls out for some adventure on wheels.
Chiu-Hsiang is a teacher educating her elementary school kids on some pretty advanced mathematical formulas.
While at home, Alex is unleashing his creative potential by writing and playing music.
For Siouxie, life is a game. And she plays it well. Lately, she’s been racing to finish a home project that requires patience and exactitude.
When Mabel, an Argentinian writer, found herself across the pond in England, she used her time abroad to write her next book and accompanying online courses.
When heading to the portrait studio where she works, Alessandra suits up with all requisite prevention gear.
As a young ukulele player, Naomi is a role model for other kids her age.
Eliana’s using the power of social media to help her followers. Through her daily posts, which she designs, she offers advice on how to live more fulfilling lives.
When Brandon wants to get away, he goes up, up and away. That’s because he gets to live his passion of flying his own aircraft and experience all the freedoms that it offers.
Sandra’s garden is bursting with vegetation that will eventually end up being a delicious and nutritious addition to her dinner plate.
Tony revs up his dirt bike and goes for a joyride over rough and rugged terrain in South Africa.
Chih Hung helps rehabilitate patients back to health with simple, rejuvenating stretching exercises.
Matthew stays well by sticking to a steady routine comprised of all the recommended preventive measures.
Isabel is making use of her time at home baking homemade cakes. The best part about it is being able to build family bonds by sharing the dessert with her kids.
Paul learned to shift his thinking from allowing himself to be overwhelmed by obstacles to breaking barriers by focusing on the positive and staying productive.
Dushyant is using this time at home to teach his kids new things about the ancient arts of calligraphy and origami.
For Yuuka and her daughter, Chika, “going to school” means staying right at home.
Every time José hops on his bike, he’s literally going for a “joyride,” because cycling is his way to happiness.
Miguel works out as if his job depends on it—and since he’s a professional stuntman, it actually does!
Dia’s been practicing the art of calligraphy. Her handmade typography requires precision and dexterity, so she writes and writes, and then writes some more—gaining skill one lesson at a time.
Valentina’s discovered that, when locked down in Italy, do as your fellow Italians do—prepare a saucy, heaping bowl of pasta.
Momoe proves that no matter what age you are, Legos are awesome. She spends quality creative time with her daughter, letting loose on their Legos.
Robert is a professional actor with an impressive body of work in film and television.
Leandra’s a chemical engineer who works constructing and installing industrial plants.
Gladys is back to work at her dental practice where the phrase “preventive dentistry” now takes on a whole new meaning.
Eva’s doing things that help keep her positive during these times.
Shun-Yi’s household is filled with his kids and their feathered friends.
Kaden is a young soccer enthusiast who’s thrilled that the time has finally come to get back on the field and start playing the beautiful game again.
Bernie has a way of beautifully expressing light and color in his landscape paintings.
Nayely and her students are zooming along The Way to Happiness.
When it comes to making paper airplanes, Ruvaan is Orville and Wilbur Wright folded into one kid.
Kat goes from laying down musical bass lines to carving up a whimsical face on a pumpkin.
Ananda’s using spiders, bones and more bones to decorate for a first socially distanced Halloween.
In preparing her Halloween jack-o’-lantern, Alice experiences the truly one-of-a-kind yuckyness of extracting the guts from a pumpkin.
Chloe and her family are prepping for Halloween by making some deliciously scary spider cupcakes!
Angel is positively bubbly about lychee sparkling water. It’s easy. It’s tasty. And it’s healthy.
It’s April’s hallowed Halloween tradition—donning her witch’s hat to do a frighteningly good job of decorating the mantel.
Glenda mixes up a delicious batter that she transforms into a magnificent batch of melt-in-your-mouth Venezuelan macaroons.
Corrine’s cooking up some keto treats with a little surprise.
The fact that there’s no business in show business right now doesn’t stop Irakli from working on his craft.
Chi Ming plays a challenging version of the ancient game of Chinese chess.
Irad’s hobby is baking and his specialty is apple strudel. Making dough from scratch, then filling it with fresh deliciousness is just how he rolls.
Eric is a photographer who’s sharing his absolutely stunning photos of the Peruvian landscape on social media.
Christine uses a simple method to grow her own sprouts right in her kitchen.
Jessica and her two children are getting into the spirit of Halloween.
Despite having to stay home, Shu-Chen finds the joy in everyday activities. Whether speaking with clients by phone or doing simple household chores, she stays buoyed up and cheerful.
María creates dishes with plantains, one of Venezuela’s native foods.
Elizabeth is a prolific author of historical romance and historical mystery novels.
Jordan is super excited for Halloween, and if his creepy costume doesn’t send a chill down your spine, the big, hairy and horrifying tarantula (endearingly named “Chris”) at his side just might.
During these challenging times, István is taking great care to stay in shape physically and mentally.
Chih Fen’s got being creative at home in the bag. She’s crafty, transforming bland burlap bags into beautiful conversation pieces.
Joanna’s worked out a vocal workout routine to get her voice warmed-up for online meetings.
Every morning, Christian heads out for another productive day … but not before getting a sweet send-off from his adorable daughters.
Bowie goes all out for Halloween, decking out the yard with eerie tombstones, sinister pumpkins and a toweringly tall creepy creature called … (gulp) the “Corn Stalker.”
Dina’s a graphic artist who’s staying creative by artfully refurbishing discarded household items and turning them into delightful and decorative home fixtures.
First priority at Fusako’s beauty salon is safety. So, the first stop for her clients is the sanitization station.
In the kitchen, Chin-Chia can cook up a quick and easy fried cauliflower rice dish in no time flat.
Magda’s rooted in the incredible power of plants—from enhancing the entrance of her home to benefiting from the unsurpassed nutritional properties of healthful plant-based smoothies.
Jenna’s antidote for tough times is picking up a paint brush and letting her artistic self shine through.
Championship driver Alessandro knows every turn of the track and nuance of his high-powered car.
Sheng-Feng knows even a bowl of the best noodles falls a bit short on nutritional value.
It’s fall and that means Riley is carving into pumpkins and scooping out all the gooey guts and the slimy seeds.
Gaynor’s discovered being creative is a creative way to spend her time at home.
Ofer lives with his family on a kibbutz in Israel. He and his family schedule activities throughout the day to keep their attention outward and to stay in close communication.
When customers come in to the copy shop where Borbála mans the counter, they get more than copies.
Young Yu-En has the right ingredients on hand to prepare herself a healthy and delicious meal.
As an artist, Angelika is accustomed to creating aesthetics every day.
For Gonzalo, by venturing out of the house, he discovered he’s actually got a knack for growing plants.
Kevin’s a budding young baker whose raisin cookie recipe is so quick and easy, it’ll likely persuade anyone to run to the kitchen and bake up a batch.
Attila is an entrepreneur with an attitude. Despite the challenges of the current situations, he fearlessly forges ahead with certainty.
Chiao-Chieh is cycling through life these days. She’s been cycling through Kaohsiung on her bicycle.
Margarita has a surefire way to get done all she hopes to do in a day—put it in writing.
After spending the day poring over blueprints at home, John feels, as he describes it, “a little bit
How do you teach your children to be problem solvers? Well, if you’re Mónika, you return to an age-old art form and write your own book of fairy tales.
Michele knows his beans. He’s the owner of a coffee roasting company in Italy that ships its artisanally roasted products to international clients.
Chiao Hui is a make-up artist who’s applying a new sanitization routine to maintain a safe environment.
Maria is a pediatrician who, during these times, keeps in contact with her young patients remotely.
Pamela whips up some waffles with a protein-packed punch, topping off her creation with a healthy dose of fresh berries.
In order for Robert to take in a crystal-clear view of the outdoors, he’s got to make his windows spotless, streakless and smudgeless.
Marketing pro Mauro creates impactful advertising campaigns for his clients.
Yen-Chung’s been challenging herself in the kitchen by preparing creative dishes.
Catch Gina in the kitchen and she might just be whipping up a traditional Venezuelan dish called “mandocas.”
Ryan may be deep in the heart of Texas, but he’s not wrangling cattle or drilling for oil.
Jordi’s two-year-old daughter, Lucy, can brighten up the day with just a smile.
Building contractor Luigi creates awesome spaces for clients.
Since Yi-Kai can’t get outdoors much these days, he’s keeping fit by exercising inside at home.
A dark classroom is no place for bright students! That’s why Chiyoko’s making improvements to her classroom at home, creating the best learning environment possible for her children.
With restrictions in place preventing Carolina from being with her family, she’s doing the next best thing—she’s staying in close communication with them.
Manuel is a sound engineer who has to mix music at home—on his laptop!
No matter what twists and turns these uncertain times may take, Shuki knows how to make good things happen.
Even at her young age, Hsuan travels on The Way to Happiness.
With two young girls to raise, recent events made María Fernanda decide to double down on her mother duties.
Catch a glimpse of Carol out in her neighborhood and you’ll see something you don’t see every day—a woman wearing a mask and gloves, walking her dog while riding a unicycle!
Carl began with a sky-high goal: to pursue his passion for planes and earn his pilot’s license.
After a “hiatus,” Giuseppe’s deli is back in business. He’s serving up the same pasta and antipasto, with a sanitation station on the side.
Hui-Min is staying safe while staying stylish. She makes a fashion statement with a wide array of masks to complement any outfit she wears.
Ian shines a light on some sketching techniques he uses to improve his drawing skills.
When Tiffany’s daughters’ gymnastics gym rolled up the mats for lockdown, it was just one more thing she had to balance.
Vasu has a profound outlook on life: you can either resign yourself to a bleak future or, even in the darkest hour, look for the silver lining.
Lia, like many students around the world right now, is adapting to the new reality of remote learning via the virtual classroom.
One thing that’s not difficult during these difficult times is the relationship Chao Wen shares with her young daughter, Mimi.
With his karate students staying home, sensei Mark has been teaching a class of one—himself.
Arturo manages buildings and condominiums and, since the lockdown, his workload increased by 10 times.
Every morning at the crack of dawn, Peter’s on the beach to see the sun crest the horizon.
Giuliano is an artist who creates amazing works using steel, flames and color.
Yi’s come a long way. He used to have a hard time communicating with people, even co‑workers.
During lockdown, Abril had to say adios to her Polynesian dance classes.
Diane takes everyday outdoor lamps and, with a can of spray paint and some stencils, creates unique frosted-glass masterpieces.
Ildiko starts her days with a green smoothie that’s got “good for you” in every drop.
Mara’s business is all about helping others grow their businesses.
Steven has loved calligraphy since he was a kid.
Maya and her young son, Lorenzo, recently adopted a pair of adorable bunny rabbits.
Maria is an up-and-coming gourmet who’s already creating recipes of her own.
Sasha’s passionate about work. But she’s also pretty passionate about sidewalk surfing on her longboard.
Franco is an entrepreneur who knows the basis for any successful business begins with successful communication.
Han-Chien is a professional Chinese medicine practitioner. She’s got just the prescription when stress saddles someone with a pain in the neck—and shoulders—simple exercises to relieve the soreness.
Joy is a talented composer who’s using this time to come up with a bounty of beautiful melodies.
These days, Kristen works from home. At the end of the day, she grabs a paddle and heads out to the driveway for a game of “pickleball”—one of the fastest-growing sports in the US.
Mathis loves to hang with his furry four-legged friend Bruno.
Meni and his family created a mini-movie studio in their home where they shoot skits and share them with friends and the world.
For Joanna, there’s no place like home when it comes to creating lovely fresh floral designs.
Yung-Hsin has her own shopping business. These days, some folks don’t want to go out to shop, so she takes care of the shopping for them and delivers the goods.
Kirsten is packing in plenty of productivity during this time. She painted a lovely mural, practiced magic tricks and she’s learning to play the ukulele!
Keanan is truly a “jack of all trades.” He does software development and digital marketing, helping his clients reach their business goals, and—he’s a grandpa.
Philipp has a passion for downhill mountain biking. But pursuing his hobby has been an uphill climb since trails closed due to the lockdown.
When Chun-Yi gets home from work, he spends a little quality time with his two cats.
Sarah’s been trying her hand at the ancient art of marbling. It may be ancient, but the results are like pieces of modern art.
Even with the lockdown, Barbara is busier than she’s ever been before.
Alan is the leader of the pack of four high-energy hounds.
Emma is using this time to pursue her passion for art. Her coffee table serves as her studio and it’s where she creates her paintings.
Whether at work or at home, Chih-Cheng follows the precepts in The Way to Happiness.
Roman’s revamping an old 12-string guitar that’s been gathering dust for years.
Luis is working out and his physical conditioning efforts are paying off.
Andrea is a musician who’s taking great advantage of this time by expanding his repertoire of musical skills and learning to write songs—something he’s never done before.
Aaradhya may be young, but she maintains one of India’s traditions of old—classical dance.
Hitoshi practices the art of karate, and he’s got the fast-as-lightning fists to prove it.
Tzu-Chieh is helping her young daughter by turning learning into a fun adventure.
David is an executive recruiter by profession, pianist by hobby. When he lets his fingers dance along the keyboard, the result is an exhilarating tango.
Horacio is a paramedic in the Mexican Red Cross, so he’s ready for anything.
Remi is helping feed the massive population in his hometown of Lagos by building compact agricultural systems.
Yu-Lin transforms his living room into a gym. He works his core with planks and engages his whole body with cardio, pumping reps of burpees.
Taiesha spends her time at home mixing things up with her brother. That is to say, she’s creating scrumptious “cupcakes” with chocolate chips and cornflakes.
Mayela and her husband recently adopted two puppies so full of pep, they’ve already helped power some fun into these trying times.
As a fashion designer running her own company, Claudia has to stay ahead of the trends—despite all the distractions these days.
As a professional singer, Pamela knows how to reach her audience with more than her voice.
Yukio really knows how to take care of himself. He starts his day with some body-bending stretches and follows that up with a fresh-brewed cup of coffee.
Chien Shu uses this time at home to pick up where she left off on a childhood hobby—calligraphy.
Eliza and Maximo spend quality kitchen time together where young Maximo loves to cook.
Ingrid’s made her time at home a healthy adventure, jumping back on her bike and cracking open the nutrition books—all to create a healthier approach to living.
When the weather in Montreal is perfect for walking, Rachel’s ready to overcome any obstacle to get outside.
Chen Ping knows noodles. She’s got a go-to recipe for ramen noodles with a Taiwanese twist.
Alix is a performing artist who’s gearing up for a ’70s tribute show.
Kierin keeps up the upkeep at home by firing up his power leaf blower and making a clean sweep outside.
Teresita spends her time learning the beneficial properties found in nature.
Gianfranco’s aluminum die casting is back and pouring on the coals.
Nicky uses color and composition to create vibrant and beautiful stories on canvas.
Yi-Hua happily whips up a quick green onion omelet that’s more than just a meal—it’s a protein-packed portion of cheer.
Donna’s pouring her heart into learning a new craft.
Rabbi Richard is a human rights advocate working across borders and around the world.
Waliya’s to-do list includes whipping up a homemade tiramisu.
It’s time for tea at Hisako’s café. But she leaves nothing to chance, disinfecting and sanitizing to offer a safe environment for her customers.
When Tzu-Fang comes home, he’s greeted by members of his household that await his return every day—his dog and cats.
Shavina and her two young daughters put the focus on fun. In fact, these three are so committed to a having a good time, they even find the joy in doing household chores!
For Marika, it’s business and busyness as usual—working and raising children.
Oreste is the owner of a stairway construction and installation company.
Wan-Chu wields a simple pair of pliers to create a charm bracelet.
Pearl is the proud new owner of three guinea pigs, deliciously named Cupcake, Brownie and Oreo.
Alexa is hitting the books to learn more about proper nutrition and how to choose healthier foods and cook better meals to help her feel better physically.
Kyle is so hot on chili peppers, he grows his own at home. It takes just a couple of weeks to transform from chili seeds to chili seedlings.
Marianne is bringing some cheer into the lives of nursing and retirement home residents by making gifts for them.
From time to time, Hung-Jung needs a bit of motivation to tidy up his room.
Jeni finds personal pleasure in surrounding herself with beauty—from the works of local artists displayed in her home to the wide array of plants and flowers blooming in her garden.
Kathy is a folk artist who captures the beauty of nature and life in her paintings.
Wendy stays active by staying fit. She’s got a complete home workout that doesn’t require her to leave home.
Loris lives in a house with a foundation that’s a thousand years old. In the past months, he was able to keep working from this ancient home base using 21st-century technology to conduct seminars online.
During these times, Chuan-Yi read not one, not two, but stacks and stacks of books.
Cindy and her daughter, Jaime, are switching roles as Jaime teaches her mom how to make loom-band bracelets.
Aryana likes rats so much, she has two of them as pets living in a sort of rat cage condo in her bedroom.
Cal is a musician who’s using this time to write and record new songs. He builds track upon track until his composition is complete.
Elisabetta’s taking extra steps to keep her home sparkling clean and sanitary.
When Paul found himself with a little “extra” time at home, he got busy.
Ming Chung prepares a simple and sweet tasty treat—custard toast.
World-class garment manufacturer George is now creating some high-fashion filtration!
Get outside and walk, move, jump! That’s Clara’s advice for fighting the fatigue of lockdown.
When fine artist Lisa felt her world becoming a bit “dark,” she brightened it up by painting.
It’s party time! Winter combines cones, candies, cookies … and sprinkles, of course, to come up with an irresistible party treat—the cookie party hat!
Take a walk in the woods of Puebla to a picturesque lagoon surrounded by sheer rock cliffs and that’s where you’ll find Josué.
Christopher not only has an awesome collection of cuckoo clocks, he’s an expert at repairing them, too.
Kya and Kiranmai gather the ingredients to bake up a lava cake that will erupt with gooey, chocolaty goodness.
Making a dent disappear is nothing for auto-body maestro Alfonso. He’s got the gadgets and the expertise to knock out nicks in even the toughest spots.
Hsin-Yi and her family members are using this time to take up the guitar.
Miho is a music events producer, and though she may not be able to pump up the jams during these difficult times, she’s still rockin’ the house by conducting online seminars.
It’s been said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Well, Rosa makes a breakfast that’s got all the protein, fiber and minerals to start off any day in a healthy way.
One could say that Tony fell for fly-fishing, hook, line and sinker. These days, he outfits himself in a fisherman’s vest that has pockets for all his tackle.
After a two-month shutdown, the display cases in Antonella’s delightful pastry shop are once again lined with perfectly delectable desserts.
Shih-Chen perfected some serious shirt-folding skills with a technique he calls the “sushi garment.”
Willmer works out these days, building his strength and stamina with an energetic routine of weightlifting and running—inside his home.
Over the last several months, Melissa’s had to constantly come up with new ways to keep her children busy and learning.
Talia’s baking brownies with her own secret twist—adding crumbled coffee cookies to the batter.
After some months off, Rosina’s company is back to the business of making wooden packaging.
Jung-Chun discovered that art is a method of communication. The proof—he’s able to create comic characters that express his ideas to others.
Jason is an IT professional who, at the end of the day, feels the need to step away from his computer screens.
Florian and his family trek into the orchard to make some fresh-from-the-tree apple cider.
Maryoris markets essential products right now—from cleaning and disinfecting items to nutritional supplements.
Maria Eugenia is the mother of two very active kids. During this time, her main occupation has been keeping them busy and occupied.
Gloria gets a lot of joy out of playing piano with her son while he learns to become an accomplished piano player.
John is taking on a project to make sure his family can get clean, safe drinking water at his home in the middle of the mountains.
When the lockdown was locked down, something unexpected happened to José, a 20-year veteran of the clothing business—the world opened up to him.
Mariela’s keeping her family healthy with a healthy regimen. She begins with a nutritious drink like fresh apple juice made from … fresh apples.
Lexi’s been locked down with her delightful toddler, Leila.
Chie gets pampered with a makeover from her budding make-up artist daughter.
Reva’s making sure the lockdown isn’t locking her out of her healthy routines, so she’s following a video workout program to keep fit.
Steve keeps busy by getting household projects done, like installing a ceiling fan.
Linda is a hardcore hard-boiled egg enthusiast. She’s so serious, she even gave her handy egg-slicing gadget a name.
Ildikó’s clients were in dire need of some sound advice during these difficult times.
During his time at home, Roberto took The Way to Happiness precept “Be Competent” to heart.
Max is breathing new life into a classic car, prepping the body for a new paint job.
Adrián’s a graphic designer who, rain or shine, takes breaks from his computer screen to take a walk around the block in his neighborhood in the Costa Rican capital.
Elena’s set up her home office with a focus on production. And part of her everyday work-from-home routine is taking her not-so-everyday pet for a walk.
Lior knows raising healthy children requires feeding them healthy foods.
Yen Yu is the puppet master of a colorful dancing lion—a symbol of luck in his culture.
For Tatsuya, the silver lining of this year is getting to spend more time with his young daughter.
Scott loads his fishing gear into his kayak and paddles out to see what surprises the bay has in store for him.
Rose is bringing some sunshine indoors by decorating her walls with hand-painted shiny golden flowers.
During this time of change, it’s not unusual to feel a bit like a stranger in a strange land.
Yi-Ning’s reaping rewards by running in competitions—and he’s got plenty of medals to prove it.
Makiko and her young daughter, Koko, play with clay, covering the tabletop with fun objects—from flowers to rice balls to shortcakes.
How does a fresh-from-the-oven, warm apple cider donut sound? Well, when the treat is baked by a young baker like Lana, you can bet it’s going to be mouthwateringly delish.
Cara draws in the Japanese style called “manga.” The young artist learned to master manga tools and techniques and now creates great characters in scenes infused with drama.
Jamie breeds pets that don’t bark or meow or even chirp … they slither.
When Reika’s legs get tired, she’s got a stretching regimen that relaxes her legs and brings her back to battery.
Although Ryan is working from home, he makes time for creative endeavors—like his lifelong love of cello.
Fernanda’s perfected applying makeup to subtly create a radiant, natural look.
Over the last several months, Isabela and her dog, Aria, spent a lot of time at home together.
After months being cooped up inside, Marcel heads to wide-open spaces for trail runs up the rocky hills of Pretoria.
Isla’s discovered the secret to becoming a great gymnast in The Way to Happiness—PRACTICE.
Ting-Yun takes her job as a whale observer pretty seriously, because sometimes she’s all that stands between a whale and potentially harmful sea-based construction projects.
As a proud member of her community board of directors, Susan is making sure the community pool is a cool place to be.
Ricardo is a professional musician whose rousing Latin rhythms can improve anyone’s mood and get them into the groove.
When your three-year-old daughter is a fan of the movie Frozen, you do what Michelle did—transform her child’s bedroom into a mini Arendelle, the movie’s fictional village.
Yu Lun’s been spending more time on her phone and computer these days.
Spending time with Ye Ye is like taking a trip around the world—without ever leaving home.
Professional translator Alejandro translates the current situation like this: “Get busy and improve your environment.”
As chief information officer for his business, Robert’s responsible for keeping the digital traffic running smoothly.
For artist and graphic designer Kate, making beautiful art comes naturally.
For a five-year-old, Ping‑Jui’s life is all fun and games. But it’s not just about playing in his own personal Legoland—he’s also helping his mother and father.
Though being homebound is hardly a fairy tale, Deana and her young daughter, Oceana, are making a game out of it.
Anamaria once helped a mother bring a new life into the world. The baby became her friend for life, and just so happened to grow up to be a thousand-pound cow.
Barb may have been born in Poland, but after 12 years she’s pretty settled in the UK.
Yulia is Zooming—her Pilates lessons, that is. Her virtual sessions keep her clients in great shape.
Tien-Lee mastered the musical instrument called the ocarina and uses it to play a classic Taiwanese folk song.
Jasha loves to create art. She splatters, scrapes and smudges paints across her canvas to create beautiful works.
Charlotta’s been spending time with her children working on their backyard garden.
Ellie’s slamming the brakes on the spread of germs in her car by thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing its interior.
At a time when many businesses were slowing down, Monica and Roseddlyn were just getting started.
Jun Zee’s a fantastic dancer who choreographs his own pieces.
While Arthur’s got time on his hands, he keeps his hands full. He goes from a virtual piano concert for his grandfather to online schooling.
Chris’s favorite reference from Scientology: The Fundamentals of Thought is: “Life Is a Game.”
Idan and David are photo/video pros who constantly create for work. But sometimes they just do it for fun.
Vica is a professional color, style and make-up consultant who knows a thing or two about selecting the best colors and shades for her clients.
These days, Yu-Chi, like a lot of kids, has to stay inside. But he’s turning confinement into a win by playing lots of indoor games with his family.
After being stuck at home, Chris and Carole are ready for an adventure in the great outdoors.
Lety stays productive by getting her home organized, from top to bottom.
While LeAnn completes the book she’s been writing for the past year, her husband, Rob, carries on with his chief information officer duties from his temporary executive suite (aka, their living room).
Becca’s purpose is pretty well summed up by The Way to Happiness precept “Love and Help Children.”
Young Yu-Fan might just be the next Leonardo da Vinci.
Martin is a supremely skilled handyman who gets things done for everyone else.
Diana stays fit with a regimen of exercises and a healthy dose of a super upbeat attitude.
Rosa’s philosophy might just go something like this: when life hands you lemons … make lemon ice cream!
With the current scene, Marc’s relocated his professional consultancy business to an online environment.
May makes her family happy and healthy by making her famous soft-boiled eggs.
When it comes to protecting himself and his family, Andrew’s not one to leave things to chance.
Sara’s house plants are thriving since she’s been able to show them a bit of extra care during her time at home.
Artistic crafts spring from young artist Autumn. She takes a can, some sticks and pine cones to create an awesome faux floral centerpiece.
Using a little ingenuity, Winter breathes new life into an old favorite dessert.
During their time at home, Dai‑Yin and Da‑Yu have sharpened their skills as mother-daughter anime artists.
Leala lends her mom a hand with baking and cooking whenever needed. And luckily, it’s needed now.
With no gigs on his calendar, singer and entertainer Les decided it was the perfect time to debut his new website.
As a software engineer, Miguel sometimes finds it hard to get his head out of his work.
Noel stays busy and productive, connecting to his Birmingham community through videoconferences.
When looking at the positive outcomes of this time, Chia Chiao is thankful for having more time with her kids.
Xannie, like a lot of people, enjoys her sweets. But during this time she’s trying to eat healthy.
Michelle paints beautiful portraits of wildlife and landscapes in her home art studio.
Looking out for his business while at home, Leon keeps his focus on work by regularly looking out at the world outside.
Don’t let her mild-mannered appearance fool you—Joanna is a superhero.
When lockdown upended the gym business Yu-Ning manages, she decided to stretch into a new direction and develop online courses.
These are a few of Fi’s favorite things—rhubarb, apple and a pint-sized helper at her side in the kitchen.
Sigrid is an educator who’s been teaching kids for over 30 years, but of course, never during a time like this.
If you’re looking for an example of The Way to Happiness precept “Flourish and Prosper,” look no further than Warren’s backyard.
Even during unusual times, children’s novelist Shaila sticks to the first rule of writing—write every day.
Gabriel isn’t even in his teens yet and he’s already doing computer coding online.
No one was really prepared for the ways in which life changed over the last few months.
Rick’s a comic book artist who uses digital technology to help him create his latest, greatest, out-of-this-world adventure.
As an insurance adjuster, Laurie is accustomed to making house calls. But she’s had to adopt a new business model that centers on virtual house calls.
Stockholm-based singer-songwriter Mimmi can compose a new song at the drop of a hat.
Without person-to-person contact, chiropractor Yi‑Feng can’t conduct his usual clinic.
David and his trusty assistant, young son Benjamin, blend up a cornucopia of fresh fruits and vegetables for a juice drink to keep them healthy.
Pete’s been learning all about creating video special effects. He shoots videos, loads the footage into his computer and comes up with some cool Hollywood kind of magic!
Take Cookie, an accomplished violinist, give her some time off and an electric violin and the result is pretty magical.
John’s a professional sculptor who finds this an opportune time to expand his sculpting repertoire.
With businesses closed, business lecturer Wen-Lan had no business. She spent her time off designing new courses.
Making the most of every day is how Michael lives his life.
David trains people on how to survive a hurricane, or any disaster for that matter.
Gavin transforms blank canvases into visually appealing abstract works of art.
Inna does a lot of interesting things in life, but the one she likes most is parenting her son, Miroslav.
Po-Jung is serious about his coffee—like making sure to heat the water to exactly 194 degrees serious.
Kenny’s ensuring his home stays safe, taking a clinical approach to killing germs.
When it comes to learning, Shantal is on fire. She’s practicing and perfecting the art of hairstyling, doing arts and crafts and … she’s learning to speak two new languages!
Leanne’s job requires intense focus for 12 hours a day. So, she relishes the opportunity to head to the farm and harvest its bounty of peppers and vegetables.
Raising a young daughter and caring for her household during these confusing and alarming times, Anastasia’s got a lot on her plate.
Songshanmens knows his stuff when it comes to making YouTube videos. Using some very basic items, he creates cool and impactful videos.
Romel’s a crew manager who’s managing to stay super upbeat and productive while working from home.
Sachie works for a trading company, and during the lockdown she’s traded her office for a work space at home.
DM is adding some artistic touches to his new house, like making custom-designed wall mounts for his collection of guitars and ukuleles.
After Pat’s gym closed down, he wasn’t going to wait for weights. After diving into some research, he discovered the power of working out with resistance bands.
As a pro photographer, Natasha’s normally out capturing memorable moments at weddings and special occasions.
Need a logo? No problem. Commercial designer Feng-Fu has got you covered.
Steve takes scenic bike rides that include spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the beautiful landmarks and landscapes of San Francisco.
In Jaymie’s case, you might say, the baker doesn’t fall far from the kitchen. In other words—this young lady learned everything she knows about baking from her baker mom.
Radek’s not just sitting around during these stay-at-home times. Instead, he stays active, going out for walks around his neighborhood.
Yung-Yu starts his day with a traditional Chinese exercise called “Ping Shuai Gong”—which translates to “Swing Hands Exercise.”
Claude’s spent the past few months revitalizing his backyard garden. Between repotting, regenerating and turning the soil, his little patch of Auckland is bursting with fruits and veggies.
Jennifer’s making sure that even in lockdown her children keep on learning.
What does a professional baker do when their shop is closed? Well, Iride experiments in her home kitchen with things like a keto key lime pie, uploading the final recipes to Instagram.
Joe grabs a cup of joe, safety goggles and hedge trimmers to tame the wild wall of shrubs at his home.
Kun Chen is an avid player of Go, one of the most popular board games in the world. The rules seem simple enough, although it’s described as “the most complex game ever devised.”
Zara practices a form of martial arts called “Wing Chun.” With double punches, kicks and something called the “Dracula move,” nobody’s going to mess with Zara.
These days, Barbara is all about creativity. She sings the praises of her home vocal studio where she layers her harmonizing to create a one‑person choir.
Gabe inherited his dad’s 1960 BMW motorcycle. He also inherited the job of maintaining the mechanics of his road‑bound heirloom.
Morocco’s marketplace may be a bit bare these days, but that doesn’t stop Naima from getting a taste of the popular fashions and textiles.
Shaw Wei sticks to a daily routine that includes preparing lunch for the next day and tending her potted plants.
Mayra adds a massive dose of exuberance to her workouts and that helps her power through to achieve her fitness goals.
Artist Martine harnesses the power of her imagination to take the sometimes stark realities of quarantine and transform them into whimsical, joyful fantasies.
Jayla has some pretty slick slime-making skills. The young slime aficionado can concoct a batch so cool, every kid is going to want to definitely try it at home.
Vanessa’s family’s Northern Italian garden center specializes in tropical plants and flowers, so she’s surrounded all day by an array of fascinating flora and beautiful blossoms.
After he gets home from work, Kai-Jhong edits together photos and videos he shoots to create stories he can share with others.
Nothing lifts Johanna’s spirits like being creative, and she’s been exploring a new creative outlet—baking.
How do you show someone how truly special they are? Designer David does it with beautiful personalized cards and gifts.
There’s one thing that keeps Shawn and his family going during these times—staying active.
Nives is developing a new skill, focusing her attention on how to snap a great snapshot.
Aika’s toddler doesn’t speak yet, but that doesn’t stop mother from communicating with her daughter.
When Wan Ting is ready for a home-cooked meal, she just gets online and searches “delicious dinner.”
Quentin’s a young wiz at solving a Rubik’s cube in the blink of an eye.
Joe’s a professional business consultant, coach, trainer, advisor and a whole lot more.
Young sisters Zarina and Sara love doing arts and crafts. The joy they find in creating jumps out from each of their drawings.
Shan-Yun brings the fun indoors for her son and niece, playing games like Jenga.
When life hands Erik a tree felled by a storm, he doesn’t just make firewood.
Mimi’s morning routine means making the rounds in her backyard barnyard to feed the goats, geese, chickens and dogs.
Martin’s highflying international business consultancy business was grounded by the lockdown.
Katrin escapes the negative effects of the dramatic news reports with walks in the park with her son, pointing out the beautiful things they see in nature.
Yi-Wen wields a pair of pliers to fashion one‑of‑a‑kind crystal earrings. She loves to create beautiful things, and not just jewelry.
Caitlin enlists her two young sons to help grow and harvest the vegetables and fruits in their backyard.
Bernard is an author, educator and consultant who’s normally traveling the world, helping people improve their lives and careers.
Dominic’s focusing on lots of ways to stay healthy during these times.
When Joe needs a little space, he heads out for a motorcycle ride.
Amy loves spending this time doing activities with her son, like bouncing on their backyard trampoline.
Aspasia’s got big plans for turning her first-ever new home into her dream home.
Mikayla’s been experimenting in the kitchen, making decadent-looking desserts that are actually healthy.
Luciano’s rustic home is situated in an incredibly beautiful patch of Italian countryside.
Diego’s a singer-songwriter. He keeps the rhythm of his life steady, even in these times, by taking to heart the precepts from The Way to Happiness.
Pei-Ting has a brand-new baby at home. Between taking care of her newborn and working, she can’t really afford to be in a bad mood.
Anjero’s using this time to up his computer programming skills and take his career to the next level.
Liliana’s found herself a new hobby—revamping old furniture.
Krisztina prepares a meal for friends with her own special Hungarian twist.
Kelli makes sure that even while her children stay home their imaginations can venture to wherever they please.
Cinthya designs some seriously stylish shoes. This fashion-forward young designer takes stay-at-home orders in stride by staying in touch with her clients through her web page.
As a golf aficionado, during this time Brett’s been honing his skills by teeing off at the driving range.
Mark’s back to work painting and upgrading homes. With a fresh coat of paint, he can bring a room, a hall, even an old door, back to life.