The clocks have changed now and it’s so dark so early, this morning we had our first frost of Autumn and I had to start the car 20 minutes before we left for school just to get it warmed up in time. All of this calls for a little Autumn beauty and well-being boost.
In this extraordinary moment in world history, we’re collectively facing a crisis that requires a simple action from as many people as possible: remaining in your own home. With a highly infectious virus moving through the global population, it’s our collective responsibility to limit ourselves, remaining in our homes to slow the transmission of the virus and prevent health services around the world becoming overloaded with patients.
Last week of the Easter holidays here this week, so we’ve eased off on the formal work and learning and opted to spend as much time outside as possible.