The warmth and summer-like conditions we’ve had this week has certainly been up-lifting coupled with certain outdoor amenities “re-opening” again. I put that in brackets because we’ve been down this road before so I don’t want to get my hopes up too high just yet. Let’s call it cautious optimism. I’ll take what I can … More Cautious Optimism. A Step Closer to Normalcy.
It’s a pleasant, mild Saturday today which made for a good opportunity to go out and soak in the sunshine and get some fresh air. During my stroll, I observed something that truly illustrated a sign of the times. An individual was doing, was appeared to be, pull-ups by gripping the top of one of … More Pandemic Problems: Getting Creative or Desperate?
It’s hard to believe that it’s been about a year now that we have been navigating this pandemic. Our lives are now essentially dictated by colour-based restriction ‘zones’, and at any given time it’s a matter of “Okay, what more is open now?” “How many people can I commiserate with in person? I’m sure I … More Yearning for the ‘Goodlife’ again
What a rollercoaster of a week it has been. A mixed bag of anxiety, an amplified sense of self-awareness, and sheer disconnection from the normalcy of everyday life that we have now realized how much we have taken for granted. In the midst of this crisis though, never have I felt, such an intense sense … More A Pause on Life As We Know It
COVID-19 has been the talk of not just the town, but literally the entire world lately. The one thing that has stood out for me in all this chaos has been the incredible sense of global unity. Literally every person can relate to this right now, in some form, whether you know them or not. … More Social Distancing with a United Front