I’m not a writer, I blog mostly for myself, so no editorializing here please. Don’t call me a hero. I’m not one. Heroes are those crazy folks who rush into burning buildings, not concerned for their own safety. Trust me, I’m concerned. I’m SCARED for my safety. I’m not a hero. I’m just a nurse. […]
Working from Home? Be Kind to Yourself
Dame Athene Donald, a physicist at the University of Cambridge, has some very wise words for those of us suddenly adjusting to working full-time at home. “Do what you can, and remember that there are no wrong feelings. [And] be kind to yourself.”
Occam’s Typewriter: Working from Home
A Pale Blue Dot
My friend Chris Gainor, who is a historian of space exploration and the president of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, has written a thoughtful blog post about the Covid-19 pandemic, and its effect on the “pale blue dot on which we all live.” You can read his post here.
A Crisis at Work
There’s more than enough chaos going on in the world right now. But amidst the coronavirus crisis, a couple of trends in the world of work are becoming more important.
We have been told for years that (more…)