@sharrynamanda92 thankyou for sharing, I will update the post with her name. I am so beyond sorry for your loss. Look after yourself. xxxxxxxxx
@melc74 Thanks Mel! I am so glad you liked it.
@Birth Sense Australia Thankyou Birth Sense! We won't ever stop telling women's stories. x
@szabos07 So happy it helped!!
@annedudess Thanks Anne! What a lovely comment
@dyana.ghantous Thankyou Dyana! - Gemma
@sh Wow! So interesting to hear even more context from you. There's always more to the story...thanks for sharing Sh.
@c.brown88 It's already live on Binge! Pretty sure they do a free trial :-)
@mamamia-user-482898552 To you and I...yes. To many other people, I found out this week, no :-) Everyone has certain life skills that trip them up!
@david s SO true David!!!!
@anonymous This is such a good point Anonymous! Ugh, I am so done with these phrases in our vernacular. Which is why I think it's important we call them out when/ if they happen!
@laura__palmer brilliantly put Laura! :-)
@david s I had the same thought while writing! 100% agree. Although, watching the doco Enoch had his work cut out having to keep up with the needs and desires (and complaints) of three seperate people. It all looks v tiring. 😄
@nell I also thinks he deserves credit! He's really stepped up to the plate with this crisis. We've been v lucky in Australia that he's really come through and steered us away from a repeat of Italy. But wanted to shout out the states and territories in this particular article - I think COVID has just highlighted the need for more than one leader in a country so diverse. 🙌
@annam I am so glad you're finding them helpful :-)
@rush Joe won't be happy. He wants to be played by Brad Pitt! 😉
@gu3st Hot desking is when you change desks every shift. Strange term, now I actually think about it 🤔😂