Zoom fatigue is something we tend to joke about, but having to adapt to facing the pressure of looking decent, and paying constant attention in front of a camera can be pretty exhausting. Not to mention the other anxieties we are all facing concerning covid, the lockdown and isolation. Therefore it is not too surprising that many of us are facing burnout…
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Over Covid, we have heard a lot about the anti vax “movement”. From those speaking about microchips, 5G and those who oppose the whole idea of lockdowns. I expect David Icke may come to many of your minds, but read more to find out what is really fuelling this movement.
Hello! So here is another personal update, on the grounds that they are easier to write than the other kinds of posts which I do, and because I actually do have something relevant to say. So in recent weeks I haven’t been my best (at the time of writing this) but as I am writingContinue reading “Personal Update”
Mystery Blogger Award
Mystery Blogger award, get to know me more and see some great blogggers 🙂
I Still Don’t Know What to Make of the Pandemic:
Most of us have an opinion one way or another. Some still believing that a lockdown is the only viable option, while others now strongly opposing it. Some have thought that strong lessons are to be learned from the pandemic, which could spark significant and hopefully positive change in the future. At this point, to admit you are not sure what to think is going to be slightly embarrassing, but surely I am not the only person who still doesn’t really know…
Ideal Inspiration Blogger Reward
Thankyou @artpsychoblog for nominating me for this reward. here I am going to be answering some questions asked by them, and will provide my own questions for my nominees 🙂 Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award is a non-official Award to the bloggers as a reward of wonderful work on their blogs. It’s just as important becauseContinue reading “Ideal Inspiration Blogger Reward”
Why has the Government Really Made a Dollop of the Covid Crisis?
When Barriers are going UP, and when there is a risk that new diseases such as Corona…Virus will trigger a panic and a desire for market segregation…. that go beyond what is medically rational to the point of doing real and unnecessary economic damage…THEN (tap hand on table) at that moment humanity needs some governmentContinue reading “Why has the Government Really Made a Dollop of the Covid Crisis?”
The Basic Issues of Fast Fashion
Introduction Hiya, well back at the end of February, I made myself a small commitment. In that I wasn’t going to buy anything from Primark during the whole of March; or actually any of these fast fashion outlets, why do we always target Primark eh? At the time this seemed like a pretty good target,Continue reading “The Basic Issues of Fast Fashion”
What’s wrong with BMIs?
There is a pretty pronounced problem in with obesity within the UK, but surely it is an exaggeration to say that almost two thirds of adults in the UK are either overweight or obese. Well according to BMI standards this is the case. But most people realise that there are going to be people who have a higher amount of bone or muscle mass compared to others of their size, and we know that BMI doesn’t account for this. Yet did you also know that mortality rates are much lower in both genders with a higher BMI?