Engaged Reading Time - Issue #66


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Engaged Reading Time
All change.
Like many people, I’ve been hit badly by the changes in life through the response to the current crisis.
While my family and I all have our health, thankfully, that doesn’t mean we have escaped consequences of the lockdown.
I’ve been hit financially, with many of my outstanding courses and workshops cancelled or indefinitely postponed. I’ve been hit in available time, as I’m homeschooling children for half a day, every weekday. And I’ve been hit emotionally. I’ve been in a state of varying levels of anxiety for the last couple of weeks, and I’m slowly trying to escape it.
In the last 24 hours, I’ve realised that I need to take time away from the wall-to-wall coverage of everything that’s happening. I’m making efforts to read things that are different, interesting, challenging — or inspiring. But none of them will be about the “c” word.
I’m going to share three a day right here, on this newsletter. There will be life after this crisis. Let’s prepare our brains for it.

Why do some people develop the lost camera films of total strangers?
First 'super reserve' the size of Blackpool created by the National Trust to protect wildlife
Rewilding to enable natural flood management
And there’s you go. Three links and out.
Let me know what you think of the new format — and see you tomorrow.
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A handful of interesting articles a day. None of them about Covid-19.

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