Here are my thoughts for 2021, the ‘year after covid’ – we won’t be back to ‘normal’, and we’ll finally stop hearing about a return to ‘normal’ or some form of ‘new normal’.

We’ll finally accept that covid has changed the way we live, shop, work, socialise, travel, exercise, etc. We will finally accept that what we had is gone and we can/must look ahead to working out what we need in this new world and aim towards that instead.

If we don’t, or can’t do that, then we miss the great opportunity to reset so much of our lives that are out of balance – either with each other or out of balance with our world. Accept where we are and how we got here, learn from what happened (the good and the bad), and plan for the future.

Read the full story by


Encouraging Students to Set Goals for the New Year How Educators Can Master Working in a Hybrid Learning Environment
We are updating our Privacy Policy, so please make sure you take a minute to review it. As of May 25, 2018 your continued use of our services will be subject to this new Privacy Policy.
Review Privacy Policy OK