It's fair to say the Coronavirus pandemic has been life-changing. Nobody thought the economy could be closed down like it was, and so many people would be affected. The disruption to our lives has been difficult but also necessary. We have had to adapt quite significantly. Some of the changes, though necessary, have also been positive and will probably continue long after the crisis ends.
Wearing A Facemask At first, most people rejected the idea of wearing a facemask. It felt controlling and unnecessary. But then the virus became worse, and the government brought in laws and restrictions. On top of this, it just made sense to wear a face-covering to protect ourselves and others from the deadly virus. The more we wear a facemask, the more normal it has become. Now, we don't even think twice about putting one on before going to the shops, and many of us have even personalized them. Since it's so common in some places to wear masks generally, perhaps the trend will continue.
HandwashingIt was always common in the past to wash your hands regularly, in the morning and evening, and before you ate anything. But this culture has only died away over recent decades, perhaps because of fast-food culture or complacency. Now the global pandemic has reintroduced the habit of regularly washing our hands for at least 20 seconds and reminded us that handwashing is an important and sanitary practice to keep us from catching germs.
Routine Exercise When the world began to close its doors in March 2020, many people were uncertain about the future. All of a sudden, we had to live at home for 24/7. That meant working from home, too, and exercising. If you had asked us to do that for no reason, we might have argued it was impossible, but because of the pandemic, we somehow managed to adapt. Now, all our exercise routines are in the house or local, just like Vauxhall Near Me. We have become familiar with these routines and are unlikely to give them up.
Staycations The covid pandemic has changed the world quickly and significantly. It has made us rethink our previous lifestyles and wonder if we could do more to protect the planet and support our local shops. The idea of staycations is not such a strange one, and when we stop to think about it, there is so much to see and do in your home counties that we haven't explored already. Even when the economy recovers and countries become safe and easy to travel to again, chances are more people will choose to stay at home.
Working From Home For some people, the idea of working from home was a dream before the pandemic happened. They imagined waking up an hour later and starting work in their pajamas. It was not possible to even try working from home for many people then, but since the covid pandemic, there has been no other option. What people and companies are discovering is that the reality of working from home is a lot like the dream, and if given the choice, they will probably opt to stay.
I have wanted to update my skincare routine for a while now, and finding a brand that was natural, holistic and anti aging was top on my list of priority's. I was delighted when I discovered Nakin Skincare because it ticked all of these box's and even managed to tick box's I didn't even realise I needed.
The average cost of a wedding seems to rise and rise each year as everyone clambers to create the perfect day for themselves and their guests. But when it comes to down to it, the question is- do you really need to spend tens of thousands to have the wedding of your dreams?
In this post, we’ll talk about how you can get the perfect wedding for less.
2020 has been a bad year for travel in general. Back in January, many of us had our breaks and getaways all planned out. Many of us were planning on jetting away overseas and enjoying some sun, sea and sand in far off locations. Chances are, by now, these plans have been cancelled. Many holiday providers, flight companies and other companies are no longer allowing these trips to go ahead due to travel restrictions that have been put in place as a result of the coronavirus and Covid-19 pandemic. Many countries have closed or limited access across their borders. Many travel insurance providers will no longer offer policies that cover instances of sickness or plan cancellations that are a direct result of Covid. So, what can you do? Does this mean you simply can’t have a vacation this year? Well, the answer is no. Not if you’re willing to be a little flexible. Remember that a vacation doesn’t necessarily have to involve flights or leaving the country. Instead, you could consider a staycation, where you remain closer to home but still step outside of your day to day life and enjoy yourself. Here’s how you can plan the perfect trip.
Everyone dreams of enjoying a nice vacation even if it is just for a short time. If leaving the city and going on a road trip is not an option, then consider a respite right in your own city.
In the height of summer, when its too hot to even sit still... we escape the sweltering heat and head to the breezy beautiful coast of Atlanterra. It a favourite among the locals, for obvious reasons! in my view, one of the most beautiful beaches in Andalusia...I say "one of" because I have yet to see them all!
Sundays were made for luxuriation and indulgence with the one you love (that can and should be yourself) and if there is another you love... well that's just the icing on the cake isn't it!
Speaking of cake, the Hub's and I spend this Sunday doing all of the relaxing things we love. Gardening, sunbathing and eating cake.
Almost every wedding has a DJ. It’s a relatively cheap upgrade for your wedding entertainment (at least, compared to some of the things you’ll have to pay for!) and a skilled DJ can rock the venue and make it ten times more memorable. So if you want to pick the perfect DJ for your needs, here are a couple of key questions that you need to ask them before hiring.
I realised that I haven't shared any of our guest rooms on my blog and what good a time as any to share them than while we are in lock down and I have some time to photograph them!
A Travel, beauty and lifestyle blog with the occasional afternoon tea by Angelina Belle
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