Us grownups need a creative outlet too. Art is good for the soul (and our mental health) so here’s some things you can create at home.
Earlier this month, I was meant to be starting my travels, first stop Manila. Now, it looks like my future will be weeding the garden at the mercy of my landlady/mother – but I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else…
I think most of us, women, men, and children alike, are hitting that point in lockdown where dates and time no longer have meaning and we’re waking up each day like Robin Williams after he’s emerged from Jumanji after 25 years; hairy, perplexed, and asking what year it is.
Let’s face it, if we’d been told 12 months ago that we’d be spending our lives quarantined in our own homes to help combat a pandemic flu which originated in bats, many of us would have shook our heads and said ‘I could never do that, I just wouldn’t cope’…
It’s difficult to appreciate what we’ve got in times like this, Bevan puts things into perspective so we can celebrate the good stuff about being in isolation on the beautiful Isle of Man
It’s obvious we are all dealing with lockdown in our own different ways… what has come to light however is just how reckless some people have become when it comes to the hair on their body. And let’s keep this clean, we’re strictly focusing on the neck upwards (…you do you in places unseen).
In response to the Coronavirus crisis the Isle of Man has officially – as of the 06:00 Friday 27/03/2020 – closed its borders to all but the essential supply of freight and individuals deemed to be “necessary for critical national infrastructure”.