Written by Allen Lang-Norris. Welcome to May? August? Who knows? But it does feel like we have been in lockdown one way or another for at least a year. Doubtless you would have been peacefully minding your own business on social media and saw some influencers tell you what they have achieved this lockdown when.
Lockdown 3.0! Definitely another reason to focus on you right now and although we’ve been here before, it doesn’t make it any easier on our mental health BUT even if one of these points we’ve shared, on how we stay positive and creative during lockdown, helps you, then our work here is done! I’m sure.
A recent retail announcement has shaken me to the very soles of my little Saltire-patterned socks. The venerable grande dame of Scottish shopping, Jenners department store on Edinburgh’s Princes Street, looks set to leave the iconic premises it has occupied for more than 180 years. To many, this may be yet another tale of regional high street.
Remote working, also known as telecommuting, is on the rise. It has increased by 115% in the ten years from 2005 to 2015, and will only increase in popularity thanks to the capabilities of modern technology and the speed of internet traffic. Remote working promotes a healthier lifestyle. It lets you move to a quiet.