Many are struggling with Stay-At-Home Blues, and are finding it hard to stay positive during this enforced Covid19 Lockdown.
I work from home and have had a few years packed with many activities at home – work, hobbies as well as running my home. Often these past years, just getting out of the house has been an effort for me. So, while this lockdown meant I had to restructure my daily routine because my husband and I are both at home, the stay-at-home part has not been all that bad for me.
We took some days to figure out our work spaces, so that both of us can work without disurbance, and it’s been quite nice.
So, here 5 tips that will help you enjoy the Stay-At-Home Blues :
Continue reading 5 Tips To Help You Enjoy The Stay-At-Home Blues
It has to be a full circle to show you your face,
A mirror that reveals that hidden, dark place.
The good that rings true, plus the faults that you hide,
Life will take you on it’s roller coaster ride.
It has to be a full circle because you have to pay,
The piper you called out in your hour of disgrace. Continue reading A Full Circle
A ‘Found’ Essay
I decided to use ‘found’ lines from my own poems, using techniques for writing found poetry. More on this in my post Learning to write ‘Found’ Poetry
Reading a little bit of ‘Why Mummy Drinks’ by Gill Sims made me want to try my hand at a different style of writing. Light hearted, but with a message.
Continue reading If I was God – a ‘Found’ essay
The sins of the mother, come down to her son,
But how long should we blame her for what he’s become?
One year of marriage – a journey together,
That year during which we learn more about each other.
Two years to bend, and to meet in the middle,
Three to feel the need to forge new ideas and new traditions.
Continue reading 5 Years A Victim
She wants to know when they’re happy but not when they’re sad,
When they’re laughing out loud, but not when they’re mad.
He expresses his feelings, but when THEY do it’s not fine,
Unless they think alike. That’s OK… Both on the same side.
Continue reading Real Conversations
This is my story and the story of many young couples today. It’s about a journey to work-life balance.
9 to 5 equals 7 to 7,
On days that are busy, they’re home after eleven.
Both of them work and their schedule’s real tight,
It’s what they expected, but this busy isn’t right. Continue reading This busy
Lets light a fire that burns up hate
Let it burn strong before it’s too late.
Hold onto change even if it’s small,
Keep the flame burning high – it might someday help us all. Continue reading Light A Fire That Burns Up Hate