22 September 2021 by Jennifer
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Practical thoughts about masks, including specifics on the ones I’ve been using. A lot’s happened since I last wrote here about masks: It’s now generally accepted in science-world that the covid virus is airborne. (There was some outdated information going around for a while, including at the World Health Organisation.) The Delta variant came along, and … Continue reading “Update on masks”
9 April 2021 by Jennifer
Read full article "Two common mistakes about covid"
Mistake: “the only droplets that matter come out of your mouth and straight to somebody else”.
Reality: The virus floats in the air after you leave the room.
Mistake: “it doesn’t matter if young people catch covid”.
Reality: the virus can have lasting effects on young people.
31 August 2020 by Jennifer
Read full article "Practical points about covid which maybe not everyone knows yet"
Some things I’ve learnt from following doctors and researchers as covid science has evolved, and some of the most informative articles they’ve recommended.
26 April 2020 by Jennifer
Read full article "Fabric masks"
Why I’m now wearing a home-made fabric mask when out & about, and related facts.
4 April 2020 by Jennifer
Read full article "Misinformation warning"
Two worrying examples of recent misinformation on COVID-19 transmission, from top bods at Public Health England and the National Health Service.
14 March 2020 by Jennifer
Read full article "COVID-19 changing our realities"
Facts & thoughts that have influenced why I’m “social distancing”, in these early days of COVID-19 in the UK.
22 January 2017 by Jennifer
Read full article "Swimming pool practicalities"
Description of my swimming routine, offered in the spirit of “sharing ideas for other people to copy”. A.k.a. “life hacks” if you want a swanky term for it.
5 January 2017 by Jennifer
Read full article "New habits of movement (whatever your size)"
Seven steps for building a new habit of more movement/exercise – or indeed a different new habit. All-size-friendly.
3 January 2017 by Jennifer
Read full article "A tip for writing down tasks"
A tip from the Getting Things Done book, about helping your brain get started on a task.
12 August 2015 by Jennifer
Read full article "Visiting Nottingham University by bus for BiCon"
Practical info about buses, gathered by me.
6 May 2015 by Jennifer
Read full article "On the eve of the General Election"
My thoughts on the main political parties in England.
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