One of the places I find solace during this crisis is in the kindness of strangers and the small things you can do each day to make a difference.
Personal space is something we all have a right to and even more so during a time of social distancing. As we are spending more of our hours indoors, anxiety of the outside is increasing and we need to be more mindful of how we conduct ourselves in public spaces.
It’s week 5 for Katie and Nikitah, and it involves eggs, spiders and tie-dyeing items of clothing.
I woke up this morning fresh and early. I had just about summoned the energy to get up, start the weekend and be ‘productive,’ when suddenly shit hits the fan.
The days and weeks blur into one as my body clock struggles to adjust to the eternal recess we are living in. Each day is either a Monday or a Sunday.
Welcome to this special edition weekly diary, isolation-style. Here we follow the highs and lows of life during what future history textbooks will refer to as the year the world ran out of toilet roll.