Registration – Big Questions

How can you live “The Good Life” in 2022?

Meghan Sullivan and Paul Blaschko, Notre Dame philosophy professors and co-authors of the newly released book The Good Life Method, invite you to join a thoughtful, timely conversation about approaching the new year through the timeless lens of philosophy as self-care. The Good Life Method: How to Use Philosophy to Find Meaning in Life and Work is a series of fireside chats with Professors Sullivan and Blaschko scheduled for select Fridays at noon ET, January through April, where we will share ways to shift our mindsets and think critically about the future as we dive headfirst into the promise of a new year. 

Sullivan and Blaschko, who collaborate on Notre Dame’s acclaimed God and the Good Life program, will lead participants through topics such as:

  • How relationships with friends, family, and coworkers factor into how we want to live a good life;
  • How to approach work and deal with burnout;
  • How to make time for ourselves in 2022.

The discussions will provide an opportunity for reflection, and Sullivan and Blaschko will host a question and answer session after the presentation. 

January 28, 2022: The Good Life

February 25, 2022: God and The Good Life

March 18, 2022: Find Meaning and Purpose at Work

May 6, 2022: The Working Life


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