Recently, I went to the 2 day ‘accidental counsellor’ training course run by Lifeline — Australia’s main crisis support and suicide prevention hotline.
PSA: This is an intro section. To skip to the content, you can scroll to ‘Starting points: unconditional positive regard and zero judgement’ now — I won’t judge you. (See what I did there?)
I did it for two reasons:
I’m not usually a takeaway food person. But then this happened…
Fairly obviously, that’s an injured leg. I’ve smashed my knee and I can’t walk – I can’t even straighten it. Slightly less obviously, this is the living room of the house we’ve just moved into… in a new city.
(I literally hurt myself the day before we moved in. Timing!)
We have 300+ boxes to unpack.
If ever there is a time for takeaway food, that time is now.
Enter Uber Eats.
I’ve used takeaway aggregators before, but honestly I couldn’t name which ones if I tried. Menu log? Hot… something? I don’t know, I just have a loose memory of cluttered interfaces, irritating check-out processes, difficult-to-edit orders, and a generally unhappy experience that regularly ended in having to call the restaurant. …