Marjolaine Marsile looks at why you might be finding it hard to concentrate after coming out of lockdown and what this means for our watching habits.
As the number of days spent in quarantine increased, for many of us, the number on the scale did too. Trapped in our homes, flats or even just bedrooms, we spent several weeks gorging away […]
Amid the monotonous day-to-day slog of this international pandemic is a sequined beacon of hope. Sophie Ellis-Bextor, everyone’s favourite posh pop princess, has blessed us with a myriad of glossy floorfillers since the turn of […]
It’s no surprise that with the country on lockdown, people have turned to the arts to pass the time and provide comfort. From the legendary Tiger King, Dua Lipa’s modern classic Future Nostalgia, and even […]
This long Easter Weekend has been a bombardment of messaging instructing the ‘masses’ of the necessity of staying home. This is a necessary, if not somewhat condescending, message to the vast majority of people abiding […]
“The choice for mankind lies between freedom and happiness and for the great bulk of mankind, happiness is better.” -George Orwell, 1984 The obvious lesson that has emerged so far in what are the early […]
COVID-19 has decimated industries, devasted educational institutions, and butchered many small businesses. However, new technology has, again, profited, which is a recurring theme of the past few decades. As social media has risen as an […]