Wake up calls are never expected. Or never come at the expected time. They tend to shock, overwhelm and be inconvenient.
From the Blog on Learning
Forced pauses are frustrating, unwelcome, and annoying. They disrupt our rhythms, come with discomfort and come in many different forms.
Our home is full of COVID at the moment. Fevers abound, so for today I will point you to others who I recommend highly to follow and read
This has been strange week in the UK, but even still we’ve managed to collate some learning and inspiration.
Watching my kids swimming lessons this week, I noticed two types of swimmers – thrashers and gliders. Which one are you?
Reflection can be helpful to help us learn, to see patterns and trends. But it also can be paralysing. What is done is done.
Change always has at least two sides – it is colourful. We like to think it is ‘this or that’, but rarely is it that easy.
In digital transformation like in parenting, it is impossible to know everything beforehand and there is no magic formula to be ‘good’.
Boxing Day actually does have to do with boxes, just not the leftover ones from the presents under the tree. And not the sales either.