‘Voices in the Pandemic’

How I have Coped thus far – Learning through Lockdown by Jocelyn Cunningham Firstly, I would like to congratulate everyone on their courage and strength to keep it all going throughout this global pandemic. It has almost been a year since the initial lockdown here in Ireland. Be proud of how you have handled things…

Can You Hear Me?

Can you hear me? Trevor Lorkings @Bizzy_Fizzy “Are your eyes taking over the burden from your ears in receiving incoming communications? I read a white paper about the world of work in the late 1960s. The times, they were a-changin’. The written memorandum was being replaced by electronic typewriters and computers. The thought processes changed. When…

From Kildare to ‘Uteskola’

Growing up surrounded by the quiet countryside of Kildare during the nineties, I developed a great interest in the natural world. I enjoyed walks and cycles on my quiet country roads and got my teeth stuck into the local football pitch. Unphased by mud, wind and the constant rain, the outdoors was my playground and,…

I am Collecting Smiles

“Let Us Always Meet Each Other With A Smile, For the Smile Is the Beginning of Love” Mother Teresa Whilst travelling by train from Schiphol airport to Hoorn in North Holland this September, something lovely happened. As is the case on most forms of public transport across the world in 2020, everyone was wearing a…