learning/学び

learning/学び · 2020/08/26
 ホームページに掲載するのは初めて! これが、わたしの変化です。この間の変化は、基本はミア式ダイエットによるもののみ。途中からは、昔やっていたジョギングは再開しましたが、それ以外の運動はあまりしていませんでした。  一年ちょっとで体は変わる。希望が持てますよね!...
learning/学び · 2020/07/15
 数日前まで、娘が熱を出していました。発熱してから5日間。ほぼ毎日39度台に達し、食事の時に座るのもヘトヘトな様子。最終的に細菌性感染症ということで抗生物質をとり始めたらすぐに熱が下がりました。...
learning/学び · 2020/06/24
Factcheck. It's important especially in the times of this age when people can post anything without getting factcheck. As someone in the mass media for two decades now, even though I don't consider myself to be a "journalist," I always try to double-check and triple-check of what I see. The other day, a correspondent of a major Japanese newspaper company tweeted something. It got my attention. I wanted to read what the story was about instead of just watching a short video with some captions....
learning/学び · 2020/05/26
 子どもが自宅にいるので、なかなか自分のことができません。なので、ネットを見たり本を読んだりが多くなっているこの一ヶ月。今日は、脚本家でかつては職業占い師でもあった中園ミホさんの新刊を読んでいます。...
learning/学び · 2019/11/25
 今日の新聞は、訪日中のローマ教皇の核兵器断絶に対する平和のメッセージを伝える記事でいっぱいでした。核兵器では、世界平和はもたらされないという言葉には深く頷きました。ただし、それはどの国も足並みを揃えないと叶わないこと。これが可能かどうか、世界の指導者たちの考えに問われますが、今のところ難しいですよね。...
learning/学び · 2019/10/21
Advice for working mothers A: You have to be professional. You can’t expect your coworkers to let you go when everybody else is staying till midnight and you leave it. I wouldn’t want to be that kind of person. I would try to make an arrangement so that somebody else watches the kid so that I can stay with everybody till 1 AM, or give up something and do a job that allows you to go back to your kid when you need to. Because if you don’t do it right, we leave a very bad legacy for working...
learning/学び · 2019/10/20
Q: Did you find any dilemma to support your family financially? Did you ever want to change the way you worked? Did you rather pursue your career? A: If I could be a full-time person, or if we could find a way that we both worked part-time, that would’ve been ideal. But then if you do that, you’re not going to be making good money, don’t you think? It’s better that one person is full-time. By the time we wanted to send Isaku to an international school, the tuition was outrageous. So it...
learning/学び · 2019/10/19
Q: How did you manage to raise your child while you worked? A: In the beginning, I stayed with my child full time. I was a full-time mother. And my husband worked. I thought it was easier to make more money in Japan at that time. I don’t know if I made a right decision. So then my husband became a full-time care taker, you know, house husband. Some people say “How do you get a job as a mother?” To me, that doesn’t work. If your job is a mother, your child is your employer. That’s it....
learning/学び · 2019/10/18
Here is the interview with my friend, Yuri Kageyama, a correspondent at Associated Press. I published this post years and years ago. Now since I am not active on that site, I decided to transplant the interview here, so that I can keep track of it. Everyone has a story to tell. After I had my first child, which is already four years ago, I decided to hear stories of those who struggled to raise a child when they had a career to pursue. With ongoing women's lowly status in workplace and low...
learning/学び · 2019/10/17
 昨日は、友人で何度か制作業を手伝ってもらったことのあるMちゃんと朝食を囲みました。なんとお財布を忘れてしまうという粗相をしながらも、仕事、家族、人生のことについてずっとしゃべっていて、気がつけば帰宅しなければならない時間! あんなにしゃべっても、まだしゃべることがある。最近は、気の合う人というのは意識がどれだけあるかという要素も大きいのだと感じます。  今回も、Mちゃんとの意見から学ぶことがあり、早速それを行動に移しました。楽しく、有意義な時間を過ごしました。  それにしても、朝食会というのもいいですね。またやろう、Mちゃん! I had breakfast with my friend, M, who is a friend of mine and has helped me on some production projects. Although I was so foolish forgetting my wallet, we kept talking about work, the families and lives till we needed to go home. There could've been more to talk about. The older, the bigger the factor how you address your life. I learned from her this time too and implemented it right away. I had fun and meaningful time with her. Breakfast meeting is quite nice. Let's do it again, my friend!

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