Due to coronavirus, most people find themselves homebound. Luckily, the number of coronavirus infections are decreasing in many countries, allowing the government to review the regulations regarding the hospitality industry. Hotels are reopening, and a lot of borders are opening for tourists again. These new developments introduce an excellent time to focus on transient travellers…
You’re always busy – we understand! One of the most challenging things about being constantly busy is not allowing time to take a step back and reflect on your day. We’re not just talking about making sure you’re feeling well and your team members are happy, but the bigger picture! Are your internal processes and…
As we continue to remain in lockdown, now is the perfect opportunity to get stuck into a new book! We asked the team at Kinetic for some recommendations and here they are!
After a day of working from home or perhaps looking after the kids, it’s nice to be able to put the laptop away, put the kids to bed and relax in front of the TV.
Stuck at home with the kids during lockdown? Entertaining them whilst working from home can be a challenge! Even when it comes to the weekend, all you hear is “I’m bored…” 10 minutes later… “I’m bored…”
Being stuck at home does come with a few benefits, such as having more time to make new meals and try new recipes.
As everyone is currently stuck at home, it can be challenging trying to keep yourself (and the kids!) entertained. We asked the team at Kinetic what games they were playing during their leisure time.
Do you need some support during the lockdown? During these unprecedented times, it’s understandable for many to struggle and feel overwhelmed. Being stuck at home 24/7 is different and takes some time to adapt to.
How to stay active during COVID-19 lockdown? Although the gyms are currently closed and we’re limited on where we can go, there’s still plenty of ways to keep active during the lockdown.
The library shelves should be empty. The lecture theatres should be packed. The halls of residence should be buzzing with excitement.
Across the country, as lecture theatres fall silent – you should spare a thought for the army of professionals continuing to work as some newspaper headlines announce “Universities close their doors” – it couldn’t be further from the reality of life in student halls of residence.
There are so many things that contribute to a positive student experience. The obvious would be plenty of social activities, great facilities, an unforgettable Freshers’ Week, exceptional accommodation and not to mention the academic side! Although this list requires a lot of resources and time to deliver from all teams, there are also many small…