This is a space where I’ll reflect weekly on my working life as well a place for more personal observations about the things that matter most to me. There’s likely to be a lot of overlap, but as they say, you’ll never work a day in your life if you love what you do.
Please note that while some of the content will relate to my work, all opinions expressed are entirely my own and not reflective of the organisation/s with whom I currently work or work for.
It’s been a turbulent two weeks but after all of the disturbance I feel like I’m now getting into the new routine which means the return of week notes! Find out what I’ve been up to…
Stop, Think, Share… why we all need to hit pause before we post, especially when it comes to COVID-19.
It’s been another busy week in public health comms with visitors from Finland, Novel Coronavirus support and lots of thinking about the importance of sustainability and legacy in the content we create.
Well it’s been an inspiring week. Tiring, intense and extremely busy…. but inspiring! From SHARP and COVID19, to History month and breasts, I’ve learnt a lot.
It’s been another great week in the world of comms with an impromptu bus journey to Cwmbran, a very exciting skype call with Sweden and a whole lot of planning and preparation for the SHARP joint action.
So, my prediction that I’d have a lot more to write about this week certainly came true; it’s been a week of firsts, a week of learning and most importantly a week of fun!
Cheats, liars and wastes of space; all the reasons you shouldn’t trust someone who labels benefit claimants.
This is my very first post in the Week Notes series, a chance for anyone who’s interested in reading it, to learn what I’ve been up to, and how that has made me think, feel and more importantly what it will lead me to do next.
As my time at the British Lung Foundation comes to a close, I look back at one of the most important lessons I’ve learnt over the past year and how I hope to build upon that in this next exciting stage of my career.