A few weeks ago, I started a blog called You must not go outside! to give out daily advice that the UK government definitely isn’t giving but probably should during the 2020 UK lockdown.Continue reading You must not go outside!
This has felt like a longer week than last—the world has slowed down and we’ve all come to a rude halt.
The grief has begun—grief about our loss of choice, our loss of freedom, our loss of movement, our separation from those whom we love.Continue reading And so, we wait
There is a business analyst saying that “If you don’t measure it, you can’t control it”.
With it looking ever more likely that the UK would soon lock down, on Sunday afternoon, I removed all the food from my cupboards, my fridge and freezer and have recorded it in Trello.Continue reading Tracking my food in Trello
On a day when the Scottish Government has made it very clear that life should not feel normal right now, the street in which I live has felt the busiest I’ve ever seen it with people walking in and out of the cul-de-sac, driving in and out, drivers in loud cars heading to the local racetrack.
The Scottish first minister has said that the stricter new measures of social distancing and self-isolation that have been put in place prevent the spread of Covid-19 should not be considered optional.Continue reading Stay at home
This is the end of my first week working from home, thanks to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Before I share a few thoughts about this past week, this video above is one of the clearest I’ve seen about Coronavirus (Covid-19), how it works, how it passes itself on, and just how contagious it is. (Hat tip to Documentally for this.)Continue reading Coronavirus (COVID-19)—working from home, week 1