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A century of self: 100 ways to break the monotony of the crisis

We’re all stuck at home, but the good news is that there are plenty of creative things happening online as artistic types strive hard to keep people entertained and amused. Here, the Magazine team presents 100 ways to beat the boredom

22nd March, 2020

Yes, we’re all living at a distance. And yes, our four walls will start talking back to us soon. But there is some good stuff to be derived from all this uncertainty. People are doing brilliantly creative things to keep connections alive. Art, music, literature, fitness and every shade of stupid fun is happening in all corners of our online worlds, each designed to make us feel human, alive and at one with the world,...

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