Importantly, my meals have to taste good and – generally – be healthy. You can’t guarantee that with ready meals and frozen pizzas. How can I ensure that I have something yummy, healthy and quick to cook?
Enter meal planning. … More A minimalist’s guide to mastering meal planning | BuJo Basics
It’s April 2021. How has it been over a year since the UK’s first lockdown, to combat coronavirus? A lot has changed in that year – some big businesses have permanently shifted to working from home and schools have adapted to remote learning – twice. It’s been quite the journey, but hopefully one that’s starting … More How lockdowns looked for me | A Day in the Life
Over the third lockdown, I’ve written once already about my first thoughts on remote teaching, and on delivering parent’s evening from home, but I’d like to bring it full circle.
These are my final thoughts on what it was like to teach from home. … More Final thoughts | Teaching from Home
[3-minute read] “…as a freelance writer and blogger, I can work wherever I please. I’ve worked from home, in coffee shops, libraries, Universities and even on trains, but completely understand how difficult it can be to stay productive outside of an office. These are my tips and tricks to maximising your productivity while working from home.” … More Maximise your productivity while working from home
[3-minute read] “This is the story of how I became trapped inside a locked room, escaped and, ultimately, fixed my faulty door. It’s practical advice on what to do if you find yourself in this situation and key steps to take to prevent it from happening.” … More How I escaped a locked room
[3-minute read] “It’s important now more so than ever before to develop a solid routine system that will combat craziness that could, very easily, consume your whole life while we practice social distancing.” … More Routine equals important | Lockdown 2020