While it does take considerable financial resources and planning to figure out how to facilitate a meeting well in a hybrid work setting (computer set up, stable internet, and large screens) what is gained is maximum inclusivity.
There are some phrases that I never want to hear again. One of them is “work-life balance.” It is an unattainable goal especially after living with two years of Covid-19.
To move past all of the challenges we have experienced and live ‘as if’ we are on the other side might take a bit of imagination and a good dose of faith. But imagination and faith are made more real by the practices we take on – daily, weekly and monthly.
While schools can offer an official measure of our children around how they are progressing in acquiring the skills, tools, and competencies to function as citizens of the world, when children struggle at school, our homes can offer an important corrective.
“When will we ever feel settled?” It’s a question that has been making its way around our home a lot lately. We just moved to a new house a couple […]