The virus of politics is more dangerous than Covid

This is my third post in a row related to Covid. I never thought I’d be sucked into giving the damn virus even more airtime. But I suppose in strange times, you see the best parts of people as well as the worst. And yes, I’ve just used the term “strange times”. Urgh.  For me, … Continue reading The virus of politics is more dangerous than Covid

Working from home permanently is a step towards Dystopia

In these Covid times, the term “new normal” has been used extensively. I personally hate the term. I want to smash the term “new normal” against the wall until it never gets used again. Like many others, I feel that if this is the new normal, I don’t want much part of it. I was … Continue reading Working from home permanently is a step towards Dystopia

Smiling at cats in a Covid world

During this lockdown I’ve tried to take my four year old daughter to the local cricket ground every day. Once there we both enjoy it. A bit of fresh air and sunshine are very effective treatments for the sense of frustration and brain fog that continual working from home brings. It’s beautiful there, surrounded by … Continue reading Smiling at cats in a Covid world