A ‘NEW NORMAL’ IS ON ITS WAY

The last 3 months have witnessed a near-complete shutdown throughout the world – a shutdown economically and socially the likes of which no one has ever experienced on such a scale. A year ago the world’s concerns were the challenges of migration and a refugee crisis, the slowing down of China’s economic growth (which had... Continue Reading →

Disruption, COVID-19, SEO & Staying Structured (& Flexible)

I've been working on yesanotherblog (YAB) and 53 Fragments over the last weeks. The work has been about setting up the blog 'YAB' (yesanotherblog) - working out how I want it to look and feel, and then implementing this design and intention. It has been a personal CTA (call to action).   In this process,... Continue Reading →

Reinvention

These are challenging times. Many of us, if not almost all of us, have been thrown out of the routines we have been used to. Some routines are connected exclusively to work (the 925, the flexi-time, freelance, interim, overtime, fulltime – you name it and it’s there – unless you happen to be unemployed or... Continue Reading →

Combatting COVID-19 – My local supermarket’s contribution

The toilet paper drama has become a distant memory. Earlier today my (soon to be) 15-year-old son said he had been watching YouTube videos, of people around the world fighting in shops over – toilet paper. During dinner, we talked about the Coronavirus (which dominates so much right now), and the experience of shopping. Earlier... Continue Reading →

Toilet Paper Part 2

I had a lovely shopping experience this evening. I say that without a shred of irony permeating the sentence. It was 7 in the evening and I cycled off to the local supermarket, in search of a carton of eggs. I had certainly given up on toilet paper and earlier in the day, the kitchen... Continue Reading →

Toilet Paper & the Grail

Today a friend jokingly referred to a roll of toilet paper as the grail. The recent disappearance of extremely large quantities of toilet paper, from shelves around the world, has puzzled me a lot. It's weird and absurd, as well as being a sign of deep-seated selfishness and anti-social behaviour. What will normal buyers of... Continue Reading →

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