If you had told me this time last year that we would all be walking around in masks this year I would have laughed. Yet, here we are.
Given the uncertainty we are currently facing, it seems sensible to plan Christmas from a distance. One of the ways you can do this is by designing and either printing or emailing things like Christmas cards, messages to loved ones, and of course also design your own Christmas decorations, letters to Santa and so on.
We know that we need to be mindful about being thorough with our disinfecting at home and that in public places cleaning regimes have been significantly upped to try to combat the virus, including things like fogging in schools and workplaces. What about our clothing? We wash our hands but what about the clothes we are wearing?
As COVID-19 doesn’t seem to be going anywhere fast, loungewear remains a frequent purchase of people at the moment. So many people are ditching those fancy outfits in favour of comfy and cosy numbers to wear at home, because we won’t be going far for a while will we?
We are living through a pandemic. We have never done this before. We are learning new things everyday about not only COVID-19, but also about the pattern of pandemics in the past. This is all new, this is not a time for resistance, it is a time for listening and responding and considering others in a way you may have never done before.
So how is back to school going for you all with this new normal? It certainly feels quite different this year doesn’t it?
A survey of 2,000 mums and dads of school-age children found they think it will take at least three weeks on average before their child is fully settled back into the school routine. What do you think?
Despite uncertainty regarding the future of COVID-19, an increase of cases across Europe, as well as fears of a second wave in autumn, one thing is certain: most parents across Europe want to send their children back to school.