Month: June 2020

Zara Prowse: Nutrition and my journey through Teaching

Do you find yourself grabbing whatever food you can when you’re feeling hungry, tired and short of time? Do you eat at your desk? Are your food choices mostly high in calories and low in nutrients? Do you have mood swings and little energy? That was me, right before I hit a brick wall and became very poorly. Here is my story and how I have turned that negative time in my career and life, into a positive mindset and a great future.

Haseena Farid: The measurement tail has been wagging the outcomes dog

Covid-19 has woken the world up and forced us to take stock of both what is failing in society and what is essential to our lives. There is not one part of our lives that this pandemic hasn’t touched, making us feel very uncertain about what kind of future we are heading towards. Often seen in times of great uncertainty is an opportunity for change. Since the lockdown I’ve been hearing far more conversations discussing how we want to live and what we want from a ‘new normal’, reappraising what we value most in society. Judging by how we have been living until now, I’m left wondering how we could have got it so wrong.