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Together we are facing a situation we have never faced before. One that may feel uncertain, unpredictable and brings with it a lot of changes to how we live our lives in a very short period of time to deal with. It is a stressful time for many of us.
If you’re anything like me you’ve been indulging a little more than usual and that’s totally normal we’re all crazy stressed out and coping with this pandemic however we need to. Whether that’s doing a home workout 2 times a day or stuffing your face with cosy comfort food in front of Netflix. (I am the definitely the latter)
As we’re slowly coming to the end of our first month in quarantine we’re seeing a lot of posts promoting productivity from home workouts, to starting side hustles. Although, I am sure everything is meant in good faith it can be scary and daunting to be bombarded with what can feel like an array of posts shaming you into being productive.
The days are moulding into one and you’re stuck at home wondering whether you’re going to make it through the upcoming weeks. The slow realisation that your only hobbies are going out to eat and going to a bar is starting to hit you. Maybe you are more like “fun” aunty Kay than you think…
We’ve all suddenly got a lot of spare time on our hands – a thing some of us won’t have ever had before. Rather than scrolling away for weeks at home, why not try detoxing from tech.
Finally, don’t kid yourself that you’re in touch with Auntie Kate because you know that if she was an animal, she would be a Fox. Auntie Kate – like all of us – is sat at home and would love to chat. Pick up the phone, try google hangouts or zoom. Separation might just bring […]
From 21 to 31. A decade of life lessons that our founder, Phoebe wishes she could tell herself at 21 Turning 31 in 2020 got me reflecting on a new decade and the difference between turning 21 and 31. My priorities have shifted so much in this decade that I truly don’t think I would […]