The first thing I realised as I was walking this morning, is that like the politicians, I have prioritised economics over things like sustainability. When I had kids I added them to my life so it was work + family. Then I had a breakdown so my life equation was then work + family + … Read more
I’ve been wondering what happens if we ask ‘what if’ and listen for the answers.
At the end of my last blog which was the findings of the survey, I raised a question: What practical changes are you making to birth this new world?’
I was on my dawn walk this morning, listening to the birds and letting myself be washed in the sunlit green of the trees when … Read more
I sent out a survey via LinkedIn and my Facebook groups and friends and there were 56 replies. Everyone filled in all 3 questions in differing amount of details. The replies were anonymous. The sample is not representative of the population as replies came from my own networks. I didn’t ask for information … Read more
Roller-coaster/ Corona- coaster: the ups and downs of emotions caused by covid-19.
Intense loneliness even though I live with people.
Exhaustion when I have done nothing.
Seeing things much more clearly.
Old grief emerging.
Lack of joy.
More creativity, less creativity.
I think … Read more
I’ve always been a reader and a writer filling exercise books of horse and ballet stories when I was young. But it was when my parents got divorced that I learned for myself, what I would later learn to be postmodernism, deconstructivism at university. I learned from my parents that there were multiple narratives.