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  • Sophie Walker (Replay): How To Be More Activist
    This is a replay of my episode with Sophie Walker from April 2020. Sophie is a feminist activist, author and founding leader of the Women’s Equality Party. In this episode we are chatting about Sophie’s new book 'Five Rules for Rebellion' which is an inspiring, five-step journey to incorporating activism into our daily lives. It features stories of new and seasoned activists – from Amika George to Jack Monroe. It's all about feeling less full of despair, and more able to channel your anger, arm yourself with hope, practise perseverance and connect with others more compassionately. Hope you enjoy the episode!Read Sophie's book: Substack page, come and say hi: books: mentioned on Ctrl Alt Delete podcast: Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
  • Emma Forrest (Replay): Terrible First Drafts & Writing Your Life
    Today's guest is one of my favourites Emma Forrest – it is a replay episode that we recorded back in December 2019. She is the author of three novels, an essay collection and the memoir Your Voice In My Head, one of my favourite memoirs on mental health. In this episode we discuss her new novel ROYALS and we chat about her career, creativity, meditation, her writing process and even a little story about Adam Driver. Emma has a brand new brilliant memoir out called Busy Being Free “A Lifelong Romantic Is Seduced by Solitude" and will leave a link to it in the shownotes. It is a stunning memoir about divorce, but really; self-love, self-acceptance and romancing yourself. It's beautiful, bold, generous, fragile, strong, sexy, open-hearted with every sentence packing a punch. Hope you enjoy this episode.Emma's new book BUSY BEING FREE:'s memoir Your Voice In My Head: Substack page, come and say hi: books: mentioned on Ctrl Alt Delete podcast: Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
  • Natalie Lue (Replay): How To Actually Get Stuff Done
    Hello and welcome back to Ctrl Alt Delete podcast! Over a series of three episodes I've been chatting to someone whose work I really admire and enjoy, Natalie Lue, author, podcaster and host of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions. She helps people-pleasers, perfectionists and relationship strugglers become more of who they really are and achieve what they want to achieve. In this episode we are discussing how we can find more time to focus and do our 'deep work', inspired by Cal Newport's brilliant book Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World and Oliver Burkeman's '3 or 4 hours' rule which you read on his blog here.Throughout the episodes in this mini series, we’ll discuss how smarter technology can solve problems, create opportunities and transform the way we all live, learn, and work. The tools we use are important, and can empower passionate people who value their own health, wellbeing and the world they live in and impact change for a better world. I’m excited to dig in. Thanks to Lenovo for making this mini-series happen!Check out more from Lenovo here:*This mini series is in paid partnership with LenovoPre-order Natalie's book here: to the other episode with Natalie herE:My Substack page, come and say hi: books: mentioned on Ctrl Alt Delete podcast: Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
  • #368 Does Hybrid Working Help Or Hinder Our Health & Wellbeing?
    *This is a SPONSORED episode with Vitality UK* If you're interested in a discussion around health, future of work and hybrid working this is one for you.Today I’m in conversation with Dr Katie Tryon, Behaviour Change Expert and Director of Health Strategy at the health insurer, Vitality UK. Prior to moving into various health roles and moving to Kenya, she trained as a medical doctor at Oxford University and Imperial College London. Katie is passionate about sustainability and longevity in healthcare around the world and she is always finding new ways to push this agenda forward through her work at Vitality. Today we're talking about hybrid working over a year since the so-called Covid ‘Freedom Day’ - how are businesses actually contributing to the health and wellbeing of those that work for them? How has work changed, and how do we make it better? Vitality recently partnered with CBI Economics to survey 350 chief executives, combining this with insights from more than 2,000 workers across the UK - to reveal the priorities, perceptions and experiences of workplace health and wellbeing support in this new working world. We'll be discussing these findings and how we can actually create healthier boundaries at work and at home. If you are interested in reading more about the findings, you can head to the show-notes and follow the link. Hope you enjoy this episode! To read more about the report, go here: xxx Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
  • Laura Dockrill (Replay): Motherhood, Mental Health & Me
    This is a replay of an episode from 2020 with brilliant Laura Dockrill, an award-winning author and illustrator. What Have I Done? an incredibly moving and honest memoir on motherhood, mental health and postpartum psychosis. In this episode, we discuss Laura's mental health journey, recovery, what it's like when a raw blog article goes viral, and why this memoir is a love letter to family and friends. This is Laura's story and I hope you grab a copy of this important book.My Substack!'s book What Have I Done?: My books: My favourite 2020 books: My 2021 picks: Twitter: Instagram: Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

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