Screentime in the #COVID19 Pandemic #DigitalParenting

So you’ve discovered the delights of chats via Zoom, Facetime, Skype, Houseparty, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger or one of other communication apps that have become familiar options over the last few weeks! Think about the opportunities this has allowed you to continue to connect with family and friends, or, as I have found, even more contact that I may have expected when I am on the other side of the world from many friends! In the…

WRITER/RESEARCH: PhD Thesis: The planning, design and reception of British Home Front propaganda posters in the Second World War

My Google Alert for 'Keep Calm and Carry On' is going quite bonkers over the last few weeks (see example, and I post some to a Facebook page), and I've also seen comparisons of the current coronavirus crisis with the Second World War, and the need for 'the Blitz spirit' and the need to be 'all in it together', so I thought I'd do an overdue task and re-upload my PhD to my website. The…

[LIFE/CANCER] Nearly 4 weeks in New Zealand amongst #COVID19 Crisis

So, when I got on a plane to New Zealand around 4 weeks ago, who knew that by this point at least 1/4 of the world would be in lockdown, and there would be so much uncertainty about when this would all finish Yesterday I spoke to John Pantry on Inspirational Breakfast (Premier Radio) about being overseas, high risk, and not quite sure when I'll be back in the UK: I came out to New…

[CANCER] Coping with the Coronavirus when you are ‘vulnerable’, ‘high risk’ … and overseas #COVID19 #BusyLivingWithMets

It's like the world has a MAJOR case of Scanxiety ... the feeling that the other foot is just about to drop, huge amounts of uncertainty about what happens next, interrupted sleep... and, like cancer, swiftly having to get the hang of a new language - who knew what 'social distancing' was last month?! And this piece from 'Good Morning Britain' around now (also, keep an eye on fact-checking sites): Can we really 'turn the…
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