Just me, a fun introspective look at other topics more rooted in everyday life. Of-course, the house style of looking into what is happening in the world today but bringing no insights here, just personal rambling.

Today, after a week plus of what included another bank holiday this month, I spent a very reflective few days feeling so grateful that I had had the tremendous opportunity of an international based graduate programme with unique backgrounds of colleagues to steal from which I do for the insights on here.

However, I was also starting to feel like it was all getting a little too much for me, which I brought up in conversation with my very Nigerian mother, and to which she responded with something along the lines of “but you’ve not done anything today but watch NETFLIX”.

As you can imagine, I was very tempted to justify myself using a recent communications presentation I’ve just completed on NETFLIX but it wasn’t that and I’d definitely been caught out this time, in this my online attempt at self-care or indulgence.

The entertainment giant though has obviously been one of many corporate wins in the current situation of the normal but even here management – whilst reporting on their earnings – were quick to point to the same uncertainties for most other businesses at this time.

Enough about that boring business stuff, except this snippet of business news with suggestions that WFH might become the new “business as usual” for Twitter employees

In addition to all of the current online contact and the likelihood that it is here to stay in all it’s forms, It is also becoming a highly relevant part of the conversation on mental health.

p.s. It wasn’t just self-indulgence last week, there was so much to change over here on the site and we hope things prove even more useful for you.

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