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N is for Nostalgia #AtoZChallenge

N is for Nostalgia #AtoZChallenge

Letter “N” is for Nostalgia. While the immediate future feels uncertain, what better time to reconnect with the past? Focusing on happy memories is good for our mental wellbeing as it reaffirms our sense of self and our feelings of connection to our family and the community. Looking into the wider history of the world can also teach us important lessons and remind us of how resilient and adaptable humans are. Here are some suggestions of nostalgic activities you can try.

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L is for Learning #AtoZChallenge

L is for Learning #AtoZChallenge

Letter “L” is for Learning. With schools closed for the majority at the moment, many parents are homeschooling their children and luckily there are many online resources available to support this. However, please don’t feel pressured to follow a strict learning timetable as play and family time are just as valuable!

For adults at home and unable to do their regular job, this is also a great opportunity to learn a new skill if you feel like it. I’ve compiled a list of educational materials for people of all ages who would like to learn something new from home.

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K is for Keeping in Touch #AtoZChallenge

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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