Locking down again…

England announced this week a second ‘circuit breaker’ lockdown for a month (maybe more). It didn’t come as a surprise with Covid cases increasing and our R number going up and up… In some ways I feel like this should have happened earlier, but as I keep saying, we are where we are, and thereContinue reading “Locking down again…”

Covid Work Life Boundaries

It’s hard to believe we are in October. In some ways this year seems to have dragged, and yet I wonder where the time has gone? I spoke to a fellow parent at the school drop off on Monday and we both agreed that each week just starts with a bit of a groan rightContinue reading “Covid Work Life Boundaries”

The Power of Nature

I’m not a green finger and gardening generally is not my thing. But… I do love the majestic beauty of a sunflower under the clear blue sky in summer. One of the benefits of lockdown is we were home most of this summer to nurture our garden and so we decided to plan some sunflowerContinue reading “The Power of Nature”

My post Covid-19 wish list

I recently read a great blog post on a website I follow Lifesfinewine.com and it has inspired me to think about what I want once this pandemic panic is over. The world has stopped this year, or most of it. Our lives have all been impacted in some way by Covid. In many ways I’mContinue reading “My post Covid-19 wish list”

Back on the Bicycle

Life is like riding a bike… to keep your balance you must keep moving. This is such an apt saying for right now. We can’t stop, wait and put our lives on hold just because of Covid-19. We have to keep moving forward, despite the challenges that this year, the lockdown and all the restrictionsContinue reading “Back on the Bicycle”

Covid makes the distance feel real…

When I moved to the United Kingdom from Australia it was on a whim. One moment it was an idea, and the next it was happening. I was single, a little lost, and looking for some adventure. I didn’t think it would be long term. Thirteen years later I’m still here, but now married withContinue reading “Covid makes the distance feel real…”