In lockdown, we have had to break up our teams, and work alone. This may throw up some unique challenges, depending on the kind of business you run, and the kind of culture your company has.
But there are creative and quirky ways we can work around the obstacles we face, from how we use technology. Because even though we have to work from a distance, we still need to be united and strong as groups, in order to get the job done well.
This article from zipcar gives some great tips on how businesses can improve team-work when working remotely…
Next month, get ready for a 3-part series in which we share an exclusive interview with Anita Frost, Curricula & Co, Founder…
How has your routine looked throughout this weird time?
How has it gone well, and where does it have room for improvement?
As our kids are going back to school, and we are going back to work, college, uni, etc, we are all trying to find our routine again, and finding out what works for us.
Keeping ourselves healthy in body and mind is imperative to doing life well.
Planning and preparing meals for the week ahead is a great way to keep healthy food on hand for when we need it most - This article has some brilliant recipes that are especially designed to be easy to make in advance...
Which one will you try?
Here’s a slice of positivity to brighten your day…
In Manchester and the North West, communities are coming together like never before, to provide support, practical help and friendship to those around them - people are pooling resources, and those who are vulnerable, and unable to leave their homes are benefitting from Mutual Aid Groups that are springing up all over the city, in the form of whatsapp groups, and people putting contact information through letter boxes.
This article from Secret Manchester has loads of information on how these grassroots initiatives are bringing people together, and how you can get involved.