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Ha ha, laughed the Cheshire Cat, at the irony of the situation Alice found herself in. I've been lucky enough over the last couple of years, to live somewhere that has not been highly affected by multiple, long lock-downs due to Covid 19. Not to say there's been none, but in comparison to many others I know of, we've been pretty lucky where I am. But I cannot deny that I often had little wistful moments of thinking how blissful it would be to have to work from home, the way many people were all over the world. Ah, the introverts dream - having nowhere to go, staying at home, doing whatever, whenever.... Except that's not the reality, right? The 'dream' doesn't have work, or children, or Extroverted husbands in it - they are a fuzzy, faint background concept that doesn't really factor in the best parts of the dream (sorry, beautiful family - I DO love you!) I've been a passionate and vocal advocate for flexible working for a number of years now.
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Recently, I've been trying to make time to respond and comment online, about issues I really care about. It's not something that comes naturally to me. Actually, that's not completely true - it comes naturally to me to have a strong opinion about things, to have something to say. But actually saying it - well, that is not so easy. I got to the point where I was so fed up of spending ten minutes carving out the perfect response, the right words, not too much or too little, so as not to bore people, then another oh - anywhere between 30 minutes, to a week or so - reading it, re-reading it, checking six times for mistakes, thinking about who might read it, and how it might offend them, and whether I was prepared for any backlash or misunderstanding that might come from my intended response, and whether I had considered my comments from all possible angles. Sometimes I'd even go off down the rabbit hole doing research, to be open-minded about my opinion, and make sur