I chose “navigating change” as the core topic of 2021 on this blog. I sense that 2021 will be a year of healing and recovery, however many of us will still face social isolation, experience grief and discover new sensitivities. I myself have experienced a few years of severe social isolation in the past and so I know that it can be really raw, fragile, anxiety-provoking experience to come back …
A friend of mine asked me today for a few tips on online meetings so I promised to put together this short post. I hope you will find those tips useful.
As we approach the end of this challenging year, I am sitting down to reflect on it, and I encourage you to do the same. 2020 feels unique, unveiling and challenging in many ways.
It’s December. Here in the UK, we are at the brink of two difficult realities: the year of Pandemic and the first year of post-Brexit reality. For those of us who feel connected to those realities, this annual review is very hard. So today, as I myself go back to my inspirations, I am sharing them with you. I hope they will spark a moment of inspiration and connection.
This is a relatively small, but very powerful social media campaign from Mind team highlighting the importance of reporting mental health topics appropriately.
I personally find it fascinating how leading industry festivals are finally opening to share their sessions for free or for a small, affordable fee this year.
It’s a very busy month at Voxel Hub so the blog is quiet, so I would like to encourage you to take some time off screen too and use those longer, quieter, darker evenings to pick up a book and read. Here is my eclectic November reading list
This November Voxel Hub is celebrating its first anniversary. For many of us, the last 12 months have been challenging and revealing. The reactions to those shifts were complex. My personal thought leaders emerged wiser and stronger. My close networks and communities grew kinder and more resilient. We all connected around the old problems, new pains and ongoing vulnerabilities, and maybe our own humanity too.
Here is my response to the Social Dilemma docudrama with useful links to more reviews, trusted people and digital wellbeing tips for people working with children and youth. Let me know what is missing…
New report on sleep and some tips from us too.