Photo by tobie on Unsplash. The COVID-19 pandemic has hit hard and all sectors have been affected. The need for preventing spread of the virus has seen social distancing become a compulsory action globally and to this effect, all schools were closed and have been for several months now, with possibilities for further extensions all factors considered.… Continue reading Schools and COVID-19 Pandemic
Photo by Jimmy Fermin on Unsplash. On average, we touch our face more than twenty times per hour according to a study by the University of New Southern Wales. The reason behind this is; we touch our faces as an automatic reflex without thinking when we feel itchy and other times its just habit developed over time through… Continue reading Do Not Touch the Face
Photo by Fusion Medical on Unsplash When we worry, we get stressed releasing stress hormones that shut or suppress the immune system to prepare the body for fight or flight. During this current pandemic, stress will work against us because it leaves us more susceptible to contracting the virus. Every day we get more information on the… Continue reading Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic on Stress Levels
Photo by Ales Krivec on Unsplash I remember when I was young, in our small town then, in our little corner of the world, there was so much beauty in nature, the greenery was breathtaking. Now, most of the trees are gone, the flamingos are gone too. The flamingos defined the little town then, they were a huge… Continue reading Are We Having A Systems Error?
Photo by @macauphotoagency on Unsplash || It is hard to wear face masks. The reason has nothing to do with discomfort or safety. It has to do with perception. We tend to judge things, situations and people from the signals we get seeking to interpret the message behind the signals. Face Masks give more than… Continue reading Face Masks