So this is it, it looks like we could be in this for the long haul and we need to start getting used to the fact that going to the supermarket has become a much more difficult and dangerous task. So here are my tips to help you get more out of your shops during this lock-down period and who knows you may even change the way you cook and eat when all of this over.
We are slowly but surely transitioning into spring, and finally, our skin will have a break from the cold winter air. My skin, in particular, has had a dreadful winter, culminating in a diagnosis of perioral dermatitis, which required me to take a 12-week course of antibiotics! Thankfully, the antibiotics worked and the dreadful rash that had slowly consumed the…
As a freelancer, I work from home, and so I’m somewhat used to spending the vast majority of my day unintentionally self-isolating in the downstairs office. What I wasn’t prepared for was the closure of my biggest outlet…
Although my upcoming travel plans may be of the cards, I won’t let Covid-19 stop me from looking towards a brighter future, and so if, like me, during this time of fear you are turning to the light of better days to come, then here’s a simple travel-related post to keep you dreaming, planning and working towards your goals.
Let’s face it the elephant in the room when someone decides to jump from full-time employed to a freelancer or business owner is ‘how can they afford to do it?’ So let’s talk about it.
Self-care can mean different things to different people, but here are some of the things I do when I’m feeling blue.
Motivation is a funny thing, it comes, it goes, it visits for an hour, then goes on holiday for days, you can’t tell when it will reappear or when it will vanish, but one thing is for sure, your working day is better when it’s around.