A Trello reading list for learning, and for accountability

In this post I’ll talk about how this library for my professional development has become a powerful tool in holding myself accountable in both my personal and professional life.This blog post will cover:Why I started using Trello to track my readingObjectivesMy board and themesHow it’s changed…Black Lives MatterAnalysis and what I’ve learnedWhat next?Let me know … Continue reading A Trello reading list for learning, and for accountability

For World Mental Health Day 2019: A day in the life

Inspired by James I’m going to share some of my day.It’s 9.24am. There’s a boring consumer rights show hosted by Gloria Hunniford (Gloria Hunniford?!) on the TV but I can’t be bothered to reach over to find the remote to change the channel.I’ve made breakfast and it sits next to me on the arm of the … Continue reading For World Mental Health Day 2019: A day in the life

Weeknotes S4 Eps 11

Katamari storytellingKatamari computer gameOverarching feeling of the weekI’m struggling to know where to start because this week it’s been one of stories, telling some, hearing lots more and taking all that in.Listening to people and listening and listening and listening.Ewan McGregor is listening.It’s hard to write weeknotes with all those stories swimming in my head because they … Continue reading Weeknotes S4 Eps 11

No resolutions.

I don’t have any, ok? Sorry to disappoint.As a generally anxious person I always find new year difficult. It’s very easy for an anxious brain to move from planning to over-planning, and from that to listing all the things which are wrong/broken. This can either result in mad action, or it’s equal opposite apathy, neither … Continue reading No resolutions.