What used to help us live through the winter was planning for the summer vacation, including trips abroad. So, what can help us boost our mood?
It looks like little by little we are getting back to after pandemic reality. Yes, there are still countries with quite strict rules and people have to work and study from their homes.
It has marked almost a year since the beginning of the first quarantine wave and humans’ minds have shifted from “everything is bad” mood to “ok, we can handle that”.
Being a teacher is a lot more than just delivering knowledge on a certain subject. If you happen to work in education for a long time you might experience overwhelming depression or even a burn out. It is quite a natural process when year after year you have to go through the same set of topics to cover. And now the lockdown of 2020 has confined us within rigid boundaries that might have added extra pressure on many professionals including teachers.
The 21st century seems to have become an age of challenging norms. All sorts of norms… Just look at how our idea of ‘working environment’ has changed over the last five to ten years. A lot of people prefer a freelance career to an office one. Moreover, year 2020 has proved that …
It is already October, which means that we have spent the major part of 2020 locked in our hometowns counting the days till the Covid Story is over and waiting to get back to normal or new normal lives. While most news reports have been focusing on the pandemic’s influence on the economy, mental health and other social issues, not too many words have been spoken or written regarding how this separation has affected the lives of international couples who have been unable to meet their better halves for over 7 months.