When you see the empty shelves in stores, no matter how hard you try to remind yourself that stockpiling is an illogical and unproductive way to handle the world right now, it is really difficult to resist the urge join in the insanity and buy lots of things. For me personally, I find that it … More Coronavirus psychology – one thing
How bad can it get before it doesn’t get any worse?
Seems to be suspiciously glancing at every person with a cough? At least that feels like the place we have reached right now. A person I know made a jokey suggestion that we should be careful of Chinese people (with regards the Coronavirus) at me, and I regret a little bit not putting them in … More Status Quo…
Please laugh at my terrible joke. Also, please be safe in your celebratory adventures. Let’s all be happy next year.
This month was planned as half rest. Ish. Here is one of the actually restful tidbits. I may return with the more fretful parts later. For now, please enjoy a patch of Stockholm in the winter sun.
The clocks went back (for those of us who live in places that subscribe to summer time) last week, and everybody is just that bit more tired. Luckily, because this situation makes everybody tired, we all simply sympathise. If you are the lone person in your circle who is feeling fatigued, you may have had … More When you are tired
Just do your best. Your best will be enough. Que sera sera. Remember that you’re also scoping out the place, checking out whether you’re interested in them too. What’s the worst that could happen? You know you’re already cool. They’re interested in you! Just show them that they are right to be! Just be yourself. … More Practise what you preach