Reflections on a Year of Living in Lockdown

For approximately half of the last year I’ve been living in lockdown. As we pass the anniversary of the first UK lockdown I reflect on what it’s meant for me, my relationships and my work.

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Lessons Learned from a Year of Working from Home

I’ve been working from home for a year now. It’s something I’ve got used to, but am still acting as if it’s a temporary measure. Here are some of the lessons I’ve learned in that time.

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The Long and Winding Road out of Lockdown

So the road out of lockdown has now been paved and for many of us the reassurance of a ‘normal’ summer will be enough to see off the remainder of the winter. Pubs will be open! Sports venues will be open! Weddings are allowed! It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for and feels like the country has let out a sigh of collective relief that the current lockdown isn’t forever. But there’s still a long way to go.  View Post

The trouble with time – too little or too much?

Time is an interesting concept. It’s also one I’ve been thinking about a lot recently. How much pressure does the measurement of time add to our lives? How many decisions do we make based around time? I’m certainly guilty of complaining about how there’s never enough time…

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New year, new lockdown – Here we go again!

So here we are in the third national lockdown – feeling like it’s groundhog day yet? Here’s how I feel about it and why life doesn’t feel too different.

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