Over the last few weeks, I’ve been working my way through Couch to 5 K and I’ve been reading about when people hit their wall. Running wall that is. The same concept is being talked about in the context of the current situation in the UK. Many of the people I have spoken to recently […]
I’ve been thinking about all the teachers, the office workers, the small business owners, the self employed and all the ways in which they have had to work differently during this time. The people who might have been contemplating a career move, who may have hated their boss, disliked their colleagues, wanted a complete change […]
I was once one of those knackered women. Brittle too. I was in my early 40s, having worked for years in the public sector, one job after another. Along the way from starting my first job at 22 I had spent 3 years gaining a Diploma in Counselling, completed a post grad diploma, a Master of Public Health, got married,...
Imposter syndrome. Something I have thought and talked about for a long time to many people in all sorts of places doing all sorts of jobs. I originally wrote about this in 2016 following a series of lunchtime learning events to colleagues on this topic.