It’s fair to say that there is very little that occupies people these days other than the Coronavirus and the ramifications this will bring. While the UK looks to be heading to lockdown mode there are concerns for the mental wellbeing of those who are living alone with little chance of contact with friends or family.
As bars, restaurants and theatres close and non-vital meetings are discouraged, there is the chance that come the evenings and weekends we find ourselves with time on our hands.
For those who are not familiar with the acronym WFH it is not an abbreviation for an expletive but rather the term Working from Home.
As the situation on Covid-19 changes, on a day to day basis, the concerns around the workplace increase on many levels and the impact looks severe no matter what industry. Whilst few can afford to take time off work and most companies cannot afford to lose manpower, health and safety has to take a priority.
Watching an episode of First Dates (unashamadely love this programme) a father of 10 children had a date with a mother of 1. Similar age the date as an observer could have gone either way but the moment the bill was presented there was no doubt who was expected to settle up.
Listening to Kate Taylor ( sex therapist ) at the Vagisan UK event in Camden, January 26th, it was interesting to hear her speak on the problems women encounter dating in mid life. The lack of confidence that ensues particularly around the details of bedroom activities, and I’m not referring to book at bedtime or reorganising the underwear draw…..
As we begin to see the first signs of Spring, we are, today, being encouraged to wear Red, a strong, vibrant and powerful colour which can offer help to draw attention and stand out from the crowd. It’s WEAR RED DAY.
Reading an item from @Pausitivity on the subject of depression and anxiety which has been recognised as the most common reason for women taking a trip to the GP’s surgery without recognising that they were going through the menopause and, only 5% recognised that depression and anxiety were in fact a symptom.
This blog is a nod to our Chinese colleagues who work tirelessly for us and lend their support with innovative products.
The Chinese New Year or Spring Festival is determined by the date of the Lunar New Year where celebrations take place on the new moon between 21stJanuary -20thFebruary.
25thJanuary 2020 sees the start of the Year of the Rat, an animal, which, for most has connotations of dirt and menace, yet for the Chinese it symbolises wealth and the beginning of a new day. Let’s drink to that………
Vegan is, without doubt, the hot potato at the moment with more and more people turning to this as their preferred choice of diet. The campaigns to eat less meat in an effort to restore some equilibrium in our planet’s welfare has been a major driver but while we all recognise the need to respect our environment there are also major benefits for those suffering in the menopause.
As we enter the final furlong of our Christmas preparations and the final number of satsumas and mince pies is calculated, it seems that this year, more than ever, we are turning our attention to the cost of Christmas not just financially but environmentally and the impact the festive season is having.