Hi everybody, Jordan here. How are we all keeping? Very well, I hope. Or at least, very well given the circumstances 🙂
I’ve just completed my first week of working from home. It’s been quite difficult, but it’s doable! I’m part of such a caring and accommodating team, and that has become even more obvious during these trying times. We’ve been meeting as a team online each morning with our Barb, getting on the same page with work, catching up and just generally being there for each other. It makes everything so much easier. I really am so lucky to be surrounded by such thoughtful colleagues. Thank you, all.
I’ve been trying to get up and do some exercise every couple of hours too. Just to stretch out a bit and feel less constrained. I must fight the urge to eat all the chocolate and crisps in the house, too!
Here are some helpful tips from the British Heart Foundation to help you keep healthy in self-isolation –
Also, I’ve seen there’s been a recent trend among those isolated at home to put up a home-made rainbow in their window – as a mark of respect to the key workers in the NHS and elsewhere who are still tirelessly and bravely going to work, and to just generally bring some positivity and light to their neighbor’s views. What a beautiful idea! The rainbows remind us all that there is hope and light to follow even after dark times. There’s always a rainbow just around the corner, isn’t there 🌈
Why not craft up a rainbow of your own, put it in your window and send us a pic! Send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org 🙂
Clarity Matters. It really does.
Until tomorrow, all. Let’s stay Safe, Happy and Creative, shall we?