You know that feeling of having your routines disrupted?
Of finding out that some of the structures that were around you are no longer (temporarily) in place?
That’s a bit what it’s been like for me since the beginning of this month.
For the whole of July, I’m looking after a friend’s pets while she’s away, and this means house-sitting.
While it certainly has its merits, and there are certainly attractions (and distractions) in having a dog and cat around, it’s playing havoc with some of my day-to-day work and responsibilities.
That’s partly why there was no emailed post from me last week, and in fact I’m only producing this one a couple of hours before it’ll be making its way to you.
To make up for it a little, I’ve used some of my old advertising skills to produce half a dozen shareable “graphics” – fun illustrations of the six psychological wellbeing dimensions that make up the S.P.I.R.I.T. framework.
I hope you’ll enjoy them, and if so, please feel very free to share them with friends/colleagues etc on social media, or by emailing them.
You’ll find them below.
I know many Moodnudges readers have been experiencing pretty hot weather recently, so if that’s been your experience, please try to stay as cool as you can.
Normal blog service ought to be resumed next week.