Freelancing can be great. You get to work wherever you feel most comfortable, you can set your own hours & no one will judge you too harshly for working in a pair of leggings you frankly should have thrown away years ago (too suspiciously specific?) but haven’t because they are your “productivity pants” & you get your best WFH (working from home to the uninitiated) days in them.Read More
"Anxiety is often caused by chronic arousal of the sympathetic nervous system, & can be a result of sustained, high stress,"
Who else feels like this is their default position? Jodi Rose Gonzales, ATR, NCC, RYT200, a credentialed art therapist & yoga instructor highlights the problem & today, we will be suggesting some hobbies to help turn this default setting off (or at least , down a little.)Read More
For many that know me, this will come as no surprise.
I’ve a bit of a foul mouth. The air around me is constantly blue & I am often berated by my family because of my (somewhat) crass vocabulary; especially if I am close to a deadline or generally whilst I am working. My offhand comments can rival that of a feudal, enraged Fishwife (Sorry, not sorry!).Read More
I am a Coffee fiend; most will say that they aren’t the nicest before their morning French Press… I’m positive I am the spawn of Asmodeus before I have had my morning brew (or third… it depends entirely on how late I went to bed the night before!). So, I am acutely aware of my addiction and how it impacts my life and work.
No project can start without a piping cup of the stuff in hand. It is simultaneously a blessing and a curse. My thoughts have even been immortalised in a quote from a dear friend of mine… I think it quite accurately sums up my relationship with the bean.
Your workspace is an incredibly personal. You may not think much of it, but you’ll seethe for hours if someone has taken your stapler or disturbed your organised mess. It’s a feeling we all share.Read More