It may not be quite business as usual for everyone just yet but, as restrictions continue to ease, it’s great to hear how so many people are finding ways to deal with the new normal.
And even better to hear how some of them are using what they’ve learned themselves to help their clients do the same…
That’s exactly what’s on the cards this Sunday, when June will be joined on the phone – the new normal for Girls Around Town for the foreseeable future – by her co-presenter Rosalyn and regular guest Cathie Babbington.
Ros will be ringing in during the first hour of the show to talk about the importance of emotional wellbeing, especially in these troubled times, in her brand new Sanity on Sunday slot.
A little later on, Cath will be sharing some of her top tips on how to Mind Your Own Business – if you’re a small business owner, you’ll want to hear what she has to say in the second hour.
Make sure you’re tuned in to 107.8FM or listening online for some valuable advice from them both and to find out about some of their recent WOWs…
Rumour has it that sheep are right at the top of Rosalyn’s list!
A few words of wisdom from Rosalyn today, as she shares her thoughts and advice on a subject much in the spotlight at the moment…
For many small business owners and freelancers, working from home is nothing out of the ordinary but, with the UK in lockdown for the past three weeks – a situation that’s likely to continue for some time – remote working has become the new norm for many more people now.
“Remote working is, rather like a virus, an unseen and often unsettling thing that creates dis-ease. The sense of isolation can be crippling,” says Ros in a recent post on her website.
“We are basically tribal people and our wellbeing is tied to connection. The greatest punishment you can give to a person, apart from something physical, is to isolate them. In prison, this will be solitary confinement. A sailor marooned on an island. People sent into exile. It’s all about disconnection.”
So how do you connect, especially if you’ve been forced into quarantine or self-isolation during these troublesome times?
Find out what Ros has to say in her blog post, where she offers not only practical advice about how to take care of yourself but also shares her her own Fab Four antidotes to the virus of lonely home working
- Find a tribe
- Invest in systems
- Track your time
- Be transparent
You’ll find the full post here and, elsewhere on the website, plenty of other good advice and offers of support from the Girls Around Town‘s wellbeing guru…