MyWork MyWords

Please come back to the office!

Please come back to the office!

We have put in all sorts of measures, lots of sanitiser stands, thermometers, hourly cleaning of touch points, careful use of the lift, a one way system for walking round the office, restricted the use of the meeting . . .

Property

I like working from home

I hear what the gal says whose not a working from working homer but I love it!. ( take a look: https://www.workinwords.net/myworkmywords-1/I-am-not-a-working-from-home-kinda-gal.- ) Normally I have a 90 minute drive to get to the office and the same . . .

Civil Servant

How to not think.

For months we have been talking, reading, debating sharing, complaining, and guessing. It is easy in the fluid conversation to learn something new and change an opinion; to view through a new lens a topic that seemed decided and clear. Writing seems . . .

Education Administrator

Reflections in the rearview mirror.

When someone has been very ill – near to death perhaps – and recovered, it seems common for them to say that the experience has given them a new perspective on life: a clearer focus on what’s important, and what is not worth worrying about.

Retirem . . .

Emeritus Professor

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