Today was a good day

Today I said a phrase I never imagined would have to leave my mouth, “I think this has been my favourite day of lockdown so far.” Very quickly life has took a George Orwell-esque turn for the worst and the ‘new normal’ seems oh so dreary. Yet today, a freedom I haven’t felt in weeks …

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How I’m ‘Coping’ with Coronavirus Quarantine

I keep squinting my eyes together as if to try and force them shut. Sleep won’t come to me. All day my eyes have felt heavy, as though the weight of the situation we are in was sat right on my lids, pushing them down; yet now, here I lie wide awake thinking fondly of …

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Self isolation and the incessant search for the right artistic outlet

For years humanities and the arts have been underfunded, under appreciated and kicked to the bottom pile on the priorities lists. Writers have had to waste their talent on justifying why their words are worth our reading, artists have had to provide artwork that can is useful to others for it to be worth something …

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