Working from home….and helping the creative juices to flow



I enjoyed reading Dr Mark Porter’s ‘my prescription for better living in 2010‘ in The Times yesterday.

Twelve sensible tips to work towards a positive and motivated year.

I particularly liked the first tip ‘change your routine’. As Dr Porter points out, ‘it’s good to add variety’ into our lives, and, working solo from home, I’m always looking for ways to keep the ‘creative writing’ juices flowing.

So this year I’ve decided to make more of ‘lunch time’, making an effort to stop work for a good chunk of time, cook something healthy, listen to the radio, and probably replace ‘heavy dinner’ with ‘healthy lunch’. I’m hoping that it will then free up evening time to continue to work ‘creatively’ or take up a new ‘creative’ activity. Some of Dr Porter’s suggestions sound very appealing!

Anyway, that’s the plan….


So this is not scientific at all. But in a couple of hours there have been more than 2000 replies and overwhelmingly they say @RoryStewartUK won the #C4Debate https://t.co/BBXQeKSp5w

What a cosy night in Dolly the Caddy Camper @bridgevilla campsite on the riverside @wallingford...friendly visitors and glorious riverside trees 🌲 πŸ¦†#treehugging #trees #vanlife #campervan #vwcamper

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.@RoryStewartUK again absolutely kills the others by actually sounding as though he is fallible. Whether it is sincere or a performance it is working. @sajidjavid also sounds human by talking about getting things wrong as a dad #c4debate

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