We made it. The year that never was is over, and we’re onto a new one.
Things may still seem bleak right now. The virus has mutated into a more virulent form, lockdowns are back around the world, and our industry, after a summer of hope, is once again closed. As Thomas Fuller said, all the way back in 1650: ‘It is always darkest just before the day dawn(eth)’
It’s going to take some time, but slowly, step by step, things will improve, and I truly believe that 2021 will be one of the most transformational years in living memory.
Brothers and sisters.
I’ll try not to labour the obvious
The impact of 2020 has been seismic, global and universal, yet has somehow managed to be even worse for the hospitality industry in so many ways.
Throughout this year the ingenuity, creativity and resilience of the industry has been unrivalled anywhere else.
There have been so many shining lights, on every level.
TED Talks are some of the most inspiring, important and future thinking presentations out there and I’m sure that we’ve all watched at least 1.
Watch these 10 of our favourites and you’ll learn why you should breathe through your nose, not your mouth, the importance of riding a bicycle, why you should spend time in nature and why ‘i’m fine’ is one of the most dangerous phrases in the English language.
Today is an exciting day for all of us at Healthy Hospo HQ with the unveiling of our new look along with the launch of our new website.
Our website has always been a platform we used to change the conversation around the health and wellness of the hospitality industry and provide a platform to help those in need, and we believe it’s never been more important than during this incredibly difficult times.
You probably spend the majority of your working time on your feet– standing or moving around.
Think of your feet as the foundation of the house, which is your body. So, healthy feet = solid house. Or put the other way around, if you have feet issues, those might also affect the structures above – ankles, knees, hips, lower spine!