Finally, I’m looking at the impact that working from home can have on our mental wellbeing. As has already been seen, creating a productive workspace is possibly not an easy ask and while in the current climate this has become a necessity for many, it may be more simply said than done. I have written a mini series of blogs covering this subject.
Before I start the next post, I feel it is only right that I add a small paragraph just to say that at the time of writing, by the very knowledgeable, Alison Withers, the UK was not on “lock-down” due to COVID-19. However, I thought that as people are getting in to the habit of walking or cycling and enjoying the fresh air, then this was still worthy of sharing, so new found love of the outdoors can continue, once travel and social distancing measures are lifted.
Some Less well-known Suffolk places for fresh air and exercise
It this time of year, the pressure to buy things is at its most intense, not only because of the annual event that is Black Friday, but also because of Christmas.
In fact, in the consumer economy that characterises most of the developed world, most businesses and the economy, depend on
Do we need to retain our memories of special moments?
How many of us actually ever look at those souvenirs we have kept of special moments?
They are often items of little monetary value – a champagne cork, an old theatre or concert programme, faded letters, a much-battered child’s toy – but more sentimental memories.
Psychologists argue that our relationship with possessions is based on the fact that we own them, which means that we
The phenomenon of hoarding as distinct from collecting has become a topic for debate and for research by psychologists as well as having its own section as a disorder on the NHS website.
It is a popular assumption that