Tag: covid-19

K is for Keeping in Touch #AtoZChallenge

Posted April 13, 2020 in A-Z Challenge
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K is for Keeping in Touch #AtoZChallenge

Letter “K” is for Keeping in Touch. Most of us are going to be missing quality time with our friends and relatives while on lockdown or socially distancing. During this time of uncertainty, social interaction and bonding is vitally important for our mental wellbeing.

Luckily, thanks to modern technology, long distance communication has never been easier. Here is a list of all the different ways you can stay in touch with your loved ones.

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H is for Housework #AtoZChallenge

Posted April 9, 2020 in A-Z Challenge
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H is for Housework #AtoZChallenge

Letter “H” is for Housework. Okay, okay, housework isn’t normally considered a fun family activity. But it’s probably something that needs to be done more than ever now the whole family is at home all day to make a mess.

Why not channel your inner Mary Poppins and try to turn housework into a game?

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F is for Fun with Food #AtoZChallenge

Posted April 7, 2020 in A-Z Challenge
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F is for Fun with Food #AtoZChallenge

Letter “F” is for Fun with Food. If you never normally have time to cook from scratch, this lockdown could be a good opportunity to experiment with family recipes and brush up on your skills in the kitchen.

Below are some fun ideas for activities that involve food and drink.

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E is for Exercise #AtoZChallenge

Posted April 6, 2020 in A-Z Challenge
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E is for Exercise #AtoZChallenge

Letter “E” is for Exercise. We all know how important exercise is for keeping our body and mind healthy. Now that gyms and fitness groups are closed for the lockdown, we’re going to have to get more creative about keeping fit from home. I’ve compiled a list of ideas and some free online classes aimed at keeping us all active.

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The Sunday Post: Spring is Here!

Posted April 5, 2020 in Life Updates
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The Sunday Post: Spring is Here!

We’ve just had our second week of lockdown in the UK and I’m still in fairly good spirits. I went into work to supervise the children of keyworkers on Tuesday, and it was nice to have a change of scene. The rest of the time I’ve been working from home, doing lots of fun activities with my daughter and video calling family and friends. Virtual choir and meditation sessions have been particularly fun.

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