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Your body might be atrophying on the couch but your brain doesn't have to.
by Morgan Mullin on March 23, 2020 at 4:50PM
So here you are, googling work-from-home hacks; making your own sourdough starter; generally trying to figure out what our new normal looks like as the province enters a state of emergency and COVID-19 continues to shake our world. You're bored or busy with remote work or maybe both. Time has never felt more like a construct.
How do you stop the days bleeding into each other as you self-isolate? How do you fill the time as your social calendar is scrubbed clean? What is left to do when you've swum so far into the depths of Netflix you need to come up for air?
You feed your brain. You engage with culture, even if it's through a screen because that's what life right now demands. You breathe deep, open a new browser tab, and enrich your self-quarantined life. Here are some ideas from
Change is here: perhaps Beauts' deeply listenable Dalliance is the perfect soundtrack for it.
by Sam Gillett on April 9, 2020 at 11:58AM