‘How long?’ … “Would you go to the pub if it was open?” … “Should we meet up with friends if we can?” …
The conversations are starting to change now that the lockdown is at the beginning of the end.
Aside from leaving the house for food, medicine, exercise, or in some cases working, we’ve been inside for weeks now and until we know more, we just have to work based on being home a little longer.
The latest episode of Alone Together – A Coronavirus Podcast offers advice on how to fill that extra time you spend with your family at home.
For those experimenting in the kitchen, Morven McIntyre of Alone Together speaks with Edinburgh-based chef Barry Bryson about imaginative ways to buy food – and how to rustle a dish with cabinet staples.
The blocking also gives parents time to bond with their children. Hazel Reynolds, founder of Gamely Games, suggests fun and creative ways to keep kids busy away from their iPads and game consoles.
Reynolds, who appeared in BBC’s Dragon’s Den in 2018, discusses setting up virtual game nights with family and friends to stay connected while separated in the lockdown.
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