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Category Archives: food for thought
Tired. Can’t go On?
You are capable of so much more. Hello. Well we have survived the most horrific experience of our lives. We got through it. Editors and publishing houses aren’t sure we are ready to examine ourselves or the impact this has had on our lives. I disagree. When Ernest Hemingway wrote For Whom The Bell Tolls,Continue reading “Tired. Can’t go On?”
One of my notebook piles
Usually, I have a good memory. I do forget. But I’m finding that I remember again in the future, which is great. One of my notebook piles… I’m learning physiology as part of a course I’m currently studying to become a personal trainer. I did study human biology at GCSE level (we used to callContinue reading “One of my notebook piles”
Normality in the Workplace in 2020, and the Pandemic that Changed our Pathological Working Life
Photograher, Hermione Laake (young mum of 24 years, writer and ex-retail manger, 1990). I thought I would write a Coronovirus diary, as I read one blog on behaviour during the pandemic from Toronto and found it interesting from a psychological perspective. Covid-19 in 2020 Here, in our small town we have over four coffee shops;Continue reading “Normality in the Workplace in 2020, and the Pandemic that Changed our Pathological Working Life”
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