Keep on keeping on
How is November 2020 lockdown different? I know we don’t have the stunning weather we did back in March, the days are shorter, and people are tired and worried.
But we’ve learned so much more about ourselves. And as we’ve adapted to our changing world our coping mechanisms have grown. Learning how to find the energy to keep on keeping on day after day is not to be underestimated.
How can I help?
There’s a lot of noise around at the moment and I don’t want to add to it. So, I thought I’d share a few thoughts and point you towards my blogs where you can delve in a little deeper.
If you follow me on social media, you might know that I’ve started writing about my life experiences alongside my client work.
Bring your whole selves to work
I’m blending the two here today because I don’t separate work you and home or personal you. We bring our whole selves to work and this year, of all years, the lines between work and home have become even more blurred.
But I also want to be in a world where empathy and writing with a human voice is the norm, not the exception. No matter where you live or work,
I hope that you’ll find ideas here that resonate. And because you’re a subscriber, you’ll get first notice when I post new blogs from now on.