The global pandemic has brought anxiety and uncertainty among many. As much as every country tries to solve their dire medical situation with enforced lockdown, international borders barred, travels halted. This has impact, more than one way, to you and me. One of the impacts is losing your livelihood: affecting putting food on the table, paying off necessary bills and with the unknown looming as each day passes, it can be difficult or even impossible to stay positive.
Kally and I decided to collaborate via this article, with the intent to bring relief and a shining light at the end of the seemingly never-ending tunnel. To those, who are facing, or going to face, unemployment due to business closure or retrenchment. [READ MORE]
Time to get back to business as usual. After four weeks of high intensive care for one of the members of my personal Dreampack the critical phase has passed. Still, fingers crossed, Joys’ body seems to have adapted the pacemaker. These days of keeping it calm were not easy for this energetic and at times impatient woman 😉
Making the best of that what you can’t control, might seem easier said than done. Life can be harsh, people can be ignorant and cruel. Although we can control more than many of us seem to be are aware of, there are situations in life we do have to go with the flow. Do we?
Due to unforeseen circumstances, I will have to cancel all online meetings/events, aside from the 80% is Psychology Webinars, until mid September 2019. Thank you for understanding. As always, you can reach me via email.
Besides creating articles and more for my own website, I love to collaborate and/or write for you. Upcoming collaboration: the 80% is Psychology Webinars (www.mathias-sager.com)
For an overview of previous and current publications/collaborations: [Read More]
Have a look and if you have any requests or ideas, contact me!
Personal holiday-time coming up soon, however as of September full speed ahead again 😉