Lewis Wedlock is a mental health activist and social psychologist from Bristol. He works for Project Zazi, a project by OTR Bristol that deals with young BAME people’s mental health experience through therapy and activism. He is also the creator of Pinpoint Academia, a university facing a personal development project that helps students locate and work towards their versions of success.
In this post I would like to share a few interesting videos about the practical application of virtual reality, but also general insights and trends on how humanity might be able to utilise this relatively new set of tools.
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Today I would like to introduce Muneera Williams who is joining the Voxel Hub Advisory Board. Muneera has this fantastic gravity and power of presence which – I am certain – will hold the Voxel Hub on the right track in the future. She is kind, fun and generous. She is honest and courageous. It is a privilege to have her on board.
I read a lot of tips on working and resting after work. We hear loads about a perfect morning or evening routine too. However, to me, personally, the most essential aspect of work from home was learning to transition between different types of activities at home, especially managing subtle changes in activities. Not a lot of focus is placed on those seemingly short moments in the day – sitting down …
When my clients talk to me about the aspects of remote work, energy hardly ever gets mentioned. We usually think about creating a good space for work and making time for uninterrupted business. Energy is the third key ingredient to balanced work from home. In this post, I will share my personal learnings about energy levels. First of all the basics. Our energy levels depend on our health – and …
It’s lovely to see local artists and brands respond to the lockdown and social isolation with free creative ideas.
Here is how I apply positive psychology to minimise the impact of social isolation when working from home.