Alcohol impacts your body in many ways, as people have been finding out as they nurse post lockdown hangovers.
A middle aged friend of mine claimed to be “exhausted” this week from post-lockdown anxiety. This came after spending two consecutive nights socialising, and being
Experts warn of flag shortage if panic buying continues. The demand for flags has grown since Ministers have them in the background on Zoom calls during lockdown.
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Being in lockdown means I’m not likely to see many of my friends over the Christmas period. I usually buy them a small gift and get the a card. Do you think it’s OK just to send a generic Christmas message on social media this year? It would save me both time and money, and I won’t be there to see the disappointment on people’s faces.
Since lockdown I have taken the opportunity not to clean my house. Now with social distancing relaxation, all of a sudden 5 friends want to visit my garden. This means they’ll need to walk through my house and maybe even use my toilet. Should I clean before they arrive, or leave them bleach and wipes to save myself a job?
When lockdown started I began ghosting people i didn’t like. When they’re relaxing lockdown, should I go back to being smiley and pleasant when I see them, or continue to cut them out of my life?