Today’s column is compiled by kids, who recommend the home activities not to miss over your next seven days, from cycling and mindfulness colouring to fairy doors and lava lamps
Nicholas Taaffe-Richardson, 15, Bray, Co Wicklow
During this lockdown, it hasn’t all been grim. I have been keeping myself occupied by playing Xbox, watching Netflix, eating nice food, walking my dogs, but most of all I have had time to do nothing. Even though it’s a pain that I’m not seeing my friends or playing football, at least the Junior Cert is cancelled. Joe McHugh, thank you!...
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Watch this space: the growing popularity of artist retreats
The pandemic and lockdown have revealed that what artists need most is not money but the freedom to create, and retreats around Ireland have been giving them that lifeline