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Lockdown 2.0

Lockdown 2.0

  Tomorrow, England starts the second Covid-19 lockdown. This time it is for a period of four weeks, though it is possible that this may be extended.   What have you learned from the last lockdown?   What will you do differently?   What did you value from the opportunities …

Inactivity gets us nowhere

Inactivity gets us nowhere

  Inactivity literally gets us nowhere. In a world that is fast-moving, where even moving slowly can see us moving backward, we really need to be on our game, and actively making progress. What’s he on about now? Well, let’s break this down into some examples…   If at work, …

Be kind

Be kind

  As areas near to where we live get locked down locally, we all need to consider thinking differently, ensuring that kindness, consideration, thoughtfulness, and empathy rises to the surface and that we sideline blame, cynicism, sarcasm, hate talk, nastiness, and bitterness.   We may not like how life is …

Last Of The Summer Wine

What Yorkshire is to me

What is Yorkshire to me?   I was born here, but again so much more was born here too. Rugby League, Yorkshire Tea, flat caps, and more Rugby League!   I lived far away from here for many years, but Yorkshire was good enough to return to. Often when you …

Inclusiveness

We’re inclusive, right?

Inclusivity is a massive challenge The challenge of inclusivity is a massive challenge that many people only look at from one angle. We may feel we include people as much as possible. We may feel that we are open and approachable. We may feel that we are fully inclusive and …

Reading a book

July? Already?!

It can’t be the second half of the year yet! July has landed so six months gone of 2020 already. It hasn’t been the greatest of six months for many reasons for many people. There has been great sadness, worry, and anxiety across the world, and the end isn’t too …

Believe in Yourself

You’re a runner? Really?!

“You’re a RUNNER? Really? What, like marathons and that?” Yes, these are questions I have been asked. Those questioning me at the time couldn’t believe it. They lacked belief. They couldn’t see it being true. They hadn’t experienced someone to achieve something unexpected. This isn’t their fault. I feel for …

Investing your time

Investing this time wisely

Many people are working from home now or have a lot more time at home than they normally do. How do we look to use this wisely? Here are a few ideas of small things that can make a difference long term. Unsubscribe to any emails that you aren’t interested …