Complacency

We may all have different reasons for complacency, but complacency isn’t always a good thing because on some level, it can mean we’ve given up.

But on another level it can also mean we’re happy to stay where we are, because to change seems difficult. It can also mean we’re rooted in the belief that we’re on the leading edge of success, without ensuring …

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31 Jul, 2021

The Covid-19 ‘Wonder Vaccine’

I write about the things that matter to me and ‘the world’ the things that don’t make sense, and the things that can leave me panicked. Covid-19 has left me panicked, particularly in the early days.

I have a disability and I am ‘immunocompromised.’ There is no data on how I or others with a disability and/or immunocompromised issues, might fare. One size vaccine doesn’t fit all people and all cases. The Centre for Infectious Diseases in America, is aware there needs to be data for the immunocompromised, but the UK government are choosing to …

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30 Jul, 2021

My Story

Given my experiences and difficulties around a disability I didn’t know I had, it was important and necessary to know and be able to talk about my disability.

But for anyone who deals with something, others should be okay with it. We’re spiritual beings having a human experience, and part of being human is being able to write about things. ‘My Story’ is unique …

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24 Jul, 2021

Exercise during the Coronavirus

A survey by Sport England during Mental Health Awareness week shows people have turned to cycling and walking to keep active outdoors during the current coronavirus pandemic with 63% of people across the first six weeks of last year’s lockdown in the UK, saying exercise is important for their mental health.

The latest findings from the survey, commissioned to track the public’s activity levels and attitudes towards exercise during the initial six weeks of lockdown, shows new exercise habits have formed as a result …

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23 Jul, 2021

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