Nadine O’Regan: After the pandemic, you can never go back

Will a return to society bring with it a move back to the same old rituals? Or has our Covid-related break from each other meant something more profound than we realised?

27th June, 2021
Nadine O’Regan: After the pandemic, you can never go back
Camping, awkward and difficult as it is, is so awkward and difficult that you can’t think about much else while you’re doing it

At some point in my adult life, I transformed from a camping-loather into a camping-nut. I don’t know if that has something to do with my screen obsession in my day-to-day life: laptops, television screens and phones all play too big a part in my existence. But sometimes the idea of getting away from it all for me is really just about getting away from technology.

Camping, awkward and difficult as it is,...

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