It’s weird isn’t it – without the stresses of the daily commute; interruptions to our day with meetings and phone calls; difficult customers; underperforming staff…..we should all be happier.
Spending time with our loved ones, working from home in your PJs, running around the garden with the kids, fresh air with the dog…sounds like it should be utopia.
But for many of us, the uncertainty of the current climate, worries about finances, stresses of shopping on a tight budget, corralling the children to spend time looking at school work….it’s potentially more of a nightmare than a dream scenario.
There are many uplifting stories floating around the social media platforms about helping neighbours and clapping for the health workers. At a time when it is a great boost to hear so many good news stories, it can equally make people feel inadequate if they’re having a bad day/week/month.
We found this online recently and think it makes a good read for those who may be having an off day/week.