Thursday August 13, 2020

Let’s build on what we’ve learned during lockdown

Many of us have achieved a new life balance that might just be the real ‘new normal’

17th May, 2020
Many people have got to know their neighbours better since the pandemic began

As we enter week ten of lockdown, the effects of the pandemic have taken a toll on the mood of the nation, but it’s worth also looking at the unexpectedly positive aspects of the Covid-19 crisis.

In the first few weeks of restrictions on movement, the focus for many was to ensure all relevant IT infrastructure was in place to work from home efficiently. For those with children, setting a daily routine incorporating...

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