Much like the majority of the UK workforce, we’ve spent the last 18 months at home, struggling with email, video calling and trying to disguise the amount of empty bottles in our recycling from the bin men. We’ve been bombarded by news reports about the pandemic, highlighting the dangerous and contagious nature of COVID-19 andContinue reading “How to Cope with Post-Lockdown Anxiety”
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Pets in a Pandemic: Did a furry friend get you through lockdown?
My dog has got me through the last 12 months. I’ve told him all my worries, I’ve cried into his furry neck, I’ve cuddled him, I’ve walked with him and I’ve sat and stared into space with him.
A Year in a Pandemic: The Unexpected Benefits of Lockdown
Let’s not look at this with rose tinted glasses – the last 12 months have been dreadful. We have had to adapt and cope with the unthinkable and the unpredictable. The world has changed forever and continues to change with each day. Some of us have never spent so much time at home, in oneContinue reading “A Year in a Pandemic: The Unexpected Benefits of Lockdown”
The Social Etiquette of Social Distancing
People aren’t great at social distancing. Let’s face it, human beings are a social species. Our whole lives have revolved around mingling with others in close proximity. To suddenly be told to keep our distance from each other is a tough pill to swallow and seems to be proving quite difficult.