The previous blog discussed the impacts of the constantly changing routines that young people have experienced during lockdown. It is worth noting that some of these indirect impacts may be seen immediately, while others may be seen in the longer term. Live Events Birthdays, graduations, school dances/shows, loss or sickness of family and friends are just some of the events that young people have had to miss out on this… Read More »The Lockdown Series – Part 3
The previous blog discussed the impacts of what young people have observed and experienced during lockdown. We’ll continue to discuss more indirect impacts of coronavirus. It is worth noting that some of these indirect impacts may be seen immediately, while others may be seen in the longer term. Changes in daily routine It seems like every time we almost get into a routine, we are forced to change it again… Read More »The Lockdown Series – Part 2
Having new lockdown measures announced just a few days before school was supposed to begin as normal was frustrating for students, parents and teachers. The difficulties that they thought they had just overcome over 2020 had somehow returned at the start of the 2021. Once again, we were back to Zoom lessons and self-teaching. A study was carried out by The Children’s Society which looked at how well children aged… Read More »The Lockdown Series – Part 1
“Piglet noticed that even though he had a very small heart, it could hold arather large amount of gratitude.” — A. M. Milne No matter who you are, what you do, where you live, or who you’re with, gratitude will never let you down. Gratitude has a ripple effect – the more people you shoot with gratitude, the more they will too. Now imagine a world full of gratitude! Aaah…… Read More »Attitude for Gratitude
Self care means taking care of your mind and body by keeping healthy in all aspects of your life. Read on to find out what steps you can take to take care of yourself. Click on the title to read more.