This pandemic has impacted us all in different ways so I thought it would be a good opportunity to showcase one’s personal experience. And this is true for my friend Alainiṣẹ… but of course Alainiṣẹ isn’t her real name but you know, let’s work with it. As a background, Alainiṣẹ was a graduate working within … Continue reading Unemployed, But Liberated
Guest blog from Akeem Bundu-Kamara (@Akeembk) on the conspiracy theories surrounding the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading COVID-19: Conspiracy Theories
And just when you thought I was running out of Corona content, our very own Chief Advisor to the Prime Minister was outed for breaking lockdown rules; sending the U.K into an absolute frenzy! That’s right, Dominic Cummings – the man who helped iron out the COVID-19 lockdown measures – broke the COVID-19 lockdown measures… … Continue reading COVID-19: Cummings or Going?
The last couple of weeks during lockdown have been uber-productive for me! In the last couple days alone I’ve managed to become a master chef, ran a 5k in 5 minutes, hosted a financial advice seminar with Jeff Bezos, developed a vaccine for COVID-19 & 20 whilst still having enough time to raise more money … Continue reading COVID-19: Quarantining
If I see another social media challenge I’m gonna lose it, completely. Now I get that we’re all bored, especially me whose Instagram Stories has slowly turned into a meme page, but most of these challenges are bordering on cringe. Admittedly I did get tagged in the ‘Run 5 Donate 5 Nominate 5’ challenge which … Continue reading COVID-19: Jaded
So it’s my third week of self-isolation since COVID-19 jumped into the Houseparty group and locked the room. It didn’t even notify anyone before entering, just ghosted onto the scene like a thief in the night. Apparently it takes 21 days to form a habit but this quarantine lifestyle isn’t something I’m trying to get … Continue reading COVID-19: Lockdown
Week one of self-isolation… no, I haven’t tested positive for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) but work aren’t taking any chances and have told staff to work from home on a two week cycle. I’ve finally hit that level of paranoia where I’m taking decisive actions regarding my movements and interactions. The trigger wasn’t even the ever … Continue reading COVID-19: Self-Isolation