Tag: covid

“It’s OK to feel overwhelmed” – Liz Gilbert

This morning I was listening to this talk with Liz Gilbert. A few takeaways: 1) If you are suffering from empathetic overload, try replacing your empathy with compassion. That way, you are not *taking on* someone else’s suffering, but instead remaining strong in yourself… Continue Reading ““It’s OK to feel overwhelmed” – Liz Gilbert”

So, this is Grief.

A very dear friend of mine has been listening to my non-sensical ramblings the last week, and quietly emailed me this article this morning. (https://hbr.org/2020/03/that-discomfort-youre-feeling-is-grief) I actually just read the title – namely the word ‘grief’ and started bawling into my CocoPops. I keep… Continue Reading “So, this is Grief.”

We Will Grow Back!

Was in my garden all afternoon. I’ve no proper shovel but my hands did the trick. There’s nothing like having your hands in the muck while you rant at the poor garden gnome to set your head right again. I’ll go down tomorrow morning… Continue Reading “We Will Grow Back!”

Hello World.

I had so much I wanted to write down over the last week. It’s been a rollercoaster ride for all of us. One that we aren’t going to be able to get off for a good while. One minute I’ve been so touched by… Continue Reading “Hello World.”