During Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, we have been speaking to a number of sports professionals and athletes. Here we spoke with PSN Advisory Board member, Laura Angus, Head of Commercial at Middlesex Cricket.
I have been in lockdown with… my boyfriend, Lorcan and my cockapoo, Otis.
During this period, I have found it particularly difficult to… separate my personal and work life.
The thing I have done when I have felt down is… exercise.
I have found it important to… make sure I get outside every day!
My mental health is important to me because… I know how crippling anxiety can be.
My biggest achievement during lockdown has been… renovating a room in my flat.
The thing I miss most about work is… building client relationships in person.
The thing I miss most about my colleagues are… the social side of work.
As an organisation we have done… a lot to diversify our way of working.
The kindest thing someone has done for me during lockdown is… surprising me with a painting.
The thing I am looking forward to most is… being able to travel back to Australia to visit my family.
Mental Health Awareness Week is taking place from 10 to 16 May and we have spoken to a number of professionals across the sports industry about their mental wellbeing. To find out more about the services Premier Sports Network and our charity partner Beder provide to help promote positive mental health across the world of sport, please email firstname.lastname@example.org