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Nostril etiquette and quarantinis: how to survive the second act of lockdown

By Jess Cartner-Morley

Time to step up your stay-at-home game – we are entering the tricky, followup era of whatever this is

Remember the banana bread era? An age of innocence, when we still thought lockdown was going to be like a wet half-term in an Enid Blyton book – a bit dull, but gosh, surely we can make the best of it with some cheery baking and 1,000-piece jigsaws. I think that was about 4,000 years ago. Oh wait, I just checked and it was actually the first week of April.

The initial three-week lockdown period has come and gone, and here we still are. Now it is less Enid Blyton, and more like day 453 in the Big Brother house, except there is no jacuzzi and no prize. Any novelty has worn off and it is time to dig deep, pick up our rookie game and work on making the second phase of lockdown as livable as it can be.

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Via:: https://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2020/apr/23/nostril-etiquette-and-quarantinis-how-to-survive-the-second-act-of-lockdown