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Coronavirus Friend Life

Strictly Confidential!

Well where to start. Like all cities, towns and places people call home Exeter, Devon in the UK, has taken a bit of a beating this year. Shops shut, people staying at home and all that Jazz. As for me on the other hand I’m now working in the city again that I love to […]

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Coronavirus Friend Life

In 9 months it’ll be like none of this ever really happened!

My favourite drinking den and social outlet is still in lockdown as are some of my favourite people. It feels like we might be just about 9 months away still from returning to what I would love to call normal. A normal Wednesday night for me was when the biggest dilemma might be heading back […]

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Coronavirus Nature Politics

Covid-19 Vs Trump

Trump gives his supporters liberty while Covid-19 gives them death! If you are still alive after this butchers little escapade please don’t vote him back into office (I’m refering to Trump of course as Death has yet to stand as the President of the USA!) https://www.newstatesman.com/world/2020/06/give-them-liberty-or-give-them-covid-19 At the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, denial was […]

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Climate Coronavirus Life

How our brains are processing the pandemic

I don’t know about you but nothing feels normal about this year and it is just a little bat sh*t crazy. It seems on the news that one problem was kind of sorted and a new thing would pop straight up in its place a little bit like the arcade game below.

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Coronavirus electric-universe Life

Crossing the Digital fundraising divide

There are huge holes in lots of charities budgets at the moment both locally, nationally and internationally. I have been trying to help charities that I want to support and have discovered these hopefully useful tips and income streams for charities to use.   You might think that while a lot of shopping is going […]

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Coronavirus God Life

What happened when we all stopped

#WorldEnvironmentDay “What happened when we all stopped” narrated by Jane Goodall First published on 4 Jun 2020 21K367ShareSaveTED-Ed 11.7M subscribers An animated poem exploring how the Covid-19 pandemic has reminded us of the importance of living in harmony with nature. Download a free children’s book version: https://bit.ly/TEDEdWhisper#WorldEnvironmentDay — As millions around the world shelter at […]

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Coronavirus God Life

Homeless Outsider!

So yesterday was a weird one, some awesome news in that I have a start date for a new job which I am so pleased about. I still have my old job and had my job interview for the new one just before lockdown kicked in. It’s all been on hold with Covin-19 taking hold. […]

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Coronavirus Life Nature

Masked identity

Covid-19 is still out there, people will still die from it and Covid-Zombies still walk the earth thinking they will not get it or that it does not matter to them even if they do. At first it took one of our basic human needs/natural instincts – that to socialise and be close to one […]

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Climate Coronavirus Nature

Exeter Anti-social distancing

It appears there are large swathes of people the globe over that have manged to justify to themselves the importance of no longer socially isolating whether it be to fonicating, fighting or fraternizing. The consequences of this choice of action is simply too early to say but I don’t think medical professionals and key works […]

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Coronavirus Nature Politics

Coronavirus-Apocalypse

Coronavirus zombies out in force – spread onto others as you would have spread onto yourself. Coronavirus: Americans flock to beaches on Memorial Day weekend Americans have flocked to beaches and lakes for Memorial Day weekend, often flouting restrictions imposed to tackle the coronavirus outbreak. Coronavirus: Cummings row raises fears over future of lockdown The […]