Posted on 4 July 2020 at 8:25 am.
Covid has caused loneliness, isolated us all in our homes, kept us away from each other. Get people back into work to improve their mental health.
School closures have caused social inequity and the sooner we
get the kids back into schools the better to close that gap.
We were never lonely before? …
Posted on 2 September 2017 at 6:15 am.
As the last weekend of the school holidays is upon us, I’ve been thinking about going back to work and reflecting about the nature of work itself.
Work to serve the life you want to lead
I was in a local hotel, writing over the summer and I could overhear the bar manager as I …
Posted on 27 May 2015 at 11:10 am.
I’m sitting outside, writing this for the first time this ‘summer’ and feeling productive. Except that politically, I’m not being productive as what I write in this blog won’t earn me money…so it doesn’t really count as being productive.
I listened to Radio 4 interviewing one of the new members of government talking about how …
Posted on 30 November 2014 at 6:36 pm.
I’ve spent the day with two lovely women. One a make up artist and one a photographer.
All of us work part time and/or run our own businesses.
We all started to do this when we had our kids. Before that we had all worked full time, doing the career woman bit.
I think that …
business, career, children, family, guilt, kids, parents, part-time, self-employed, stress, work
Posted on 1 November 2014 at 7:59 pm.
The clocks have gone back and we are at that time of year where it is very possible that we don’t get to see the outside in daylight.
I hate it.
I’ve never been diagnosed but over the years I’m pretty sure that I suffer from SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder. SAD is when our …
artificial, dark, day light, depression, economy, exercise, food, Louv, nature deficit disorder, obesity, sad, screens, seasonal affective disorder, stress, summer, sunlight, winter, work
Posted on 25 October 2014 at 9:46 pm.
Today has just been one of those days where I don’t feel like I’ve had my needs met..or rather, that I have managed to meet my own needs.
My lovely start to half term was a screaming worthy of raising the dead and which led into a half hour sharing circle to try and establish …