Updated: May 19
There's been a lot of talk about 'readiness' in the last few weeks.
A big question mark hangs quizzically over just how prepared (and willing) we are to rise to the many opportunities of restrictions easing.
Contrary to this emerging trend, however, ‘readiness’ is not the badge of honour it’s purported to be (nor is it the be all and end all of thriving after lockdown.)
In fact, you could go so far as to say preparedness is overrated, especially when it’s hinged on style, soirées and six packs.
With the experience of summer, the gym and even pub gardens scarcely affected by how much forethought has gone into the occasion, we’re instead leaning more towards a ‘whatever’ approach.
One where the confidence to get going, doesn’t hinge on the perfect prep, and where being ready to admit we’re not ready (and in some cases doing it anyway) is the only goal on our radar.