Mental Health Awareness Week
As you will probably know, it is Mental Health Awareness Week this week.
LawCare is running a #momentsofkindness hashtag over on Twitter; why not share your own? Or, if you don’t have Twitter leave it in the comments for this page.
We're loving reading everyone's #momentofkindness, a time when someone was kind to them in their legal career. Some really lovely stories already shared. Share yours too, tag us in and we'll RT, and nominate some others. ????????????#KindnessMatters #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek pic.twitter.com/XYVrVHiidn
— LawCare (@LawCareLtd) May 19, 2020
Video of the Day
Dog of the Day
Thank you to general counsel Natalie Salunke for Maximilian Frankenweiner III having a nice lie down.
Also, here is Jack, “well, actually it’s Giacamo Grandone, who is a White German Shepherd and AKC registered under that name. He is the sales director and mascot of legal marketing firm Grandone Strategies,” writes his owner James Grandone all the way from St. Louis, MO.
Quiz of the Day
Another from The Official Biggest Pub Quiz Book Ever 2, Revised 2009 Edition, the theme this time being US Presidents.
- Which president had the middle name Gamaliel?
- Who was the first president to be born in a hospital?
- Which 20th century president shares a surname with a British Prime Minister?
- Who used the line, ‘Randy, where’s the rest of me?’ as the title of an early autobiography?
- Whom was Richard Nixon named after?
- Who was the last Democrat before Bill Clinton to be elected for a second term?
- What state was crucial to the outcome of the 2000 election?
- Which president did Giuseppe Zangara attempt to assassinate?
- Which president came first, Andrew Jackson or Abraham Lincoln?
- Which aristocratic title is one of Jimmy Carter’s Christian names?
Yesterday’s quiz answers
Theme: William & Harry
- His dog
- Bryan Organ
- Robert Runcie
- The Duke of Kent
- King William V
- Tom Parker Bowles
The Lawyer Listens
Eurovision produces a variety of songs; some excellent, some forgettable. This song was not performed due to Eurovision’s cancellation, but still has gone viral. Fans include Dara Ó Briain and Russell Crowe.
Not only does this song have a funky beat, it also has heartwarming lyrics. The song was written about the feeling of love the singer had after the birth of his daughter, and how excited he was to see his child develop. So, in the spirit of joy, when you listen to this song imagine Iceland’s reaction when they inevitably won their first Eurovision. – Hannah Jones, Government Legal Department
Anyone in the legal sector is welcome to contribute to any of the sections of Law Against Loneliness.
Here is how to contribute to a few of the regular features we have run so far. Everything can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Video of the day
What we want are individual, personal contributions from lawyers and legal sector professionals working from home. You could be demonstrating a recipe, videoing your daily run, telling a joke, singing us a song, showing off a skill, or just telling us about your day and what you’ve been up to. We are very open to creativity – anything that uplifts or diverts.
What we don’t want is too many firm-branded videos talking about how seamlessly you have transitioned to a new way of working, please.
The Lawyer Listens
Contributors should send us a YouTube link and 100 words about the song in the style of previous entries.
Dog of the day
Self-explanatory. Send us dog pix. Or cats, ponies, rabbits, budgies etc. Don’t forget to let us know their name and give us a line of detail too if you’d like.
Show us life in isolation, either via email, or alternatively Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn posts can be tagged #lawagainstloneliness
We welcome other suggestions to go in these articles.