Emer McLysaght: My year of living distractedly
Our columnist has trawled through the past 12 months to bring you her edit of the most gratifying distractions available
Friends, as the pinnacle of Yuletide frenzy descends on us once more, I am here to offer a scattering of my favourite distractions of the year, one for each of the 12 days of Christmas.
1. The Bon Appétit Test Kitchen: truly my number one find of 2019, Bon Appétit magazine’s YouTube channel has coached me through many bouts of insomnia and anxiety better than any app or pill every could. With the Gourmet Makes series...
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