How to create and maintain your very own wellbeing
Are you now working from home? How is that transition going for you? For many individuals, it’s a new way of working while for those in international teams may already been used to it. If there weren’t also everyone else in the family at home, too. The government announced that schools will be closed until the end of the school year. Depending on your kid’s age, you may find juggling everyone under the same root stressful. Potentially also feeling overwhelmed, it’s now more than ever important for you to look after your own wellbeing.
What can you do about the Coronavirus
If you have turned on your TV or surfed the web in the last few weeks, there only seems to be one topic: Coronavirus or COVID-19.
Whether you see it as the next threat to human kind or think it’s all a hype, it’s up to you. We just think there are other topics in the world, which don’t get as much as attention as the Coronavirus does and they impact far more. Did you know that there are 821 million people – more than 1 in 9 of the world population – who do not get enough to eat? You can calculate how many die of starvation as I type this post!
What are some ways you can reduce your risk of being infected with Coronavirus?
Learn how to pursue your dreams according to the UAE astronauts
Have you ever worked with any astronauts? Well, I haven’t and it was the first time I met an astronaut at this year’s Emirates Literature Festival. And what a session it was! So witty, so insightful and so inspiring.
Hazzaa AlMansoori was the first UAE astronaut who went into space in September 2019. During the mission, he spent eight days on the International Space Station (ISS). His backup, Sultan AlNeyadi, and Saeed Karmostaji, Manager at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre, joined Hazzaa in the one-hour-long session. All three certainly know to dream big!