The View from a Small Island: Surviving 2020–part II

“Covid 19 Survival is putting a lid on how you feel” (a seven-minute read) Last week I zoom’ed with my 21-year-old granddaughter gathering her observations of 2020. How she approached and survived the Pandemic during her third year at university. What she learned is proof we could live through this unsettling pandemic in unusual ways … Continue reading The View from a Small Island: Surviving 2020–part II

Loneliness is no laughing matter; it’s a shocking matter

Today, our post looks at loneliness -- in the workplace. I can recall many years ago my feelings of 'not belonging' and feelings of lost in loneliness. I thought I was out on a limb alone -- a classically trained musician transitioned into an industry of computer geeks and engineers. (The old adage: 'follow the … Continue reading Loneliness is no laughing matter; it’s a shocking matter