William Wordsworth’s wise advice for stressed out home-workers
A creative activity could improve mood, by distracting from stress and developing self-confidence. Associate editor and the management editor of the Financial Times, Andrew Hill, reflects on the life of William Wordsworth 250 years after his birth. For Hill, the poet's "approach maps precisely on to some of the advice on mindfulness and mental wellbeing that every large organisation is now offering to its staff as they endure weeks of enforced remote working."
From Financial Times