Work boundaries

It shouldn’t be difficult to set boundaries between work and home. But it is and it’s not been helped by having them both in the […]

New Year. New You

In case you haven’t noticed, there’s been a bit of a shake-up in terms of how we live and work these past two years. PS. […]

Don’t say it

It is a time of change, uncertainty, anger, frustration, Covid, restrictions (or lockdown), fear, and sadness. It’s also a time where we learn about ourselves […]

‘What have you learned about yourself SINCE lockdown?’

As a follow-up piece to my post from June 2020 – ‘What have you learned about yourself during lockdown?’ – it’s interesting to hear what […]

Doing things differently or doing different things?

Derek Moore tweeted this, and it is a phrase that stuck with me – ‘doing things differently or doing different things?’ That’s an interesting play […]

‘To all the grumpy old men and women I’ve worked with, I salute you’

As seen on LinkedIn – thanks to Mark Chisholm for posting this. I feel seen. One thing I notice in Linkedin posts is that everyone […]

“You can’t water dead plants”

I’ve heard this phrase before, but never really thought about it until it was put in the context of work, and what an unsupportive work […]

Brain fog

“Welcome to Monday morning and another bout of brain fog.” says my brain. Gee, thanks! It doesn’t matter when it arrives (or hits you) it […]

It’s here

Try as we might, we’ve not been able to avoid the Covid thing any longer. Despite all our best efforts for the last 19-or-so months […]

I want to be part of the solution, not just talk about it

Over the past few years, certain conversations tend to repeat themselves. Whether it’s about effective assessment strategies or a considered approach to implementing a new […]

It doesn’t matter if it’s good

I completed this LinkedIn Learning course from Seth Godin – ‘Creativity at work’ earlier this week. In the ‘There’s no such thing as writer’s block’ […]

Web what?

A numbering system has been in place on the ‘web’ for a while, and I knew about some of these … but what number are […]

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