Lockdown Tag Archive

Stroll with Nicole

Cures for languishing

(3 minute read) Nicole Law takes back control of her mental processes and finds silver linings in Covid clouds.

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Art & Culture

In praise of libraries

(5 minute read)
Don’t take for granted the treasure on your doorstep – as libraries in various countries are opening up again, Prakarsh Singh sings their praises.

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LifestyleSocial Issues

Saving the planet at the supermarket …

(5 minute read)
Jemima Childs reckons cutting down on meat can be a piece of cake.

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Art & CultureLatestLifestyle

Drowning in a digital sea …

(6 minute read)
Is the increased presence of digital technology in our lives killing or enhancing our creativity? asks Tascha Von Uexkull.

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COVID-19LifestyleThought-provoking

From booze to belief …

(6 minute read)
Ben Thompson says more people are asking the ‘Big Questions’ beyond the bottle.

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Art & Culture

Catching nature’s symphony

(6 minute read)
Setting animal sounds to music is not just a lockdown hobby, says Alexander Liebermann. It can make us more aware of the marvels – and challenges – of the world around us.

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COVID-19FamilyLatest

A headteacher’s pandemic diary

(13 minute read)
Clare Campbell writes movingly of life under lockdown in the classroom.

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COVID-19Mental Health

Finding ourselves through loss

(7 minute read)
John-Luke Harris believes that all we have lost in lockdown might be key to finding ourselves once it ends.

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Art & CultureCOVID-19

Unlocking the arts after lockdown

(5 minute read)
Tascha Von Uexkull argues that the arts and culture should be more valued and funded if we are to feed a world of starving spirits. This is her first prize-winning article in our Adamah Media Young Writers’ Competition.

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COVID-19HistoryMental HealthThought-provoking

Lessons for lockdown from a Holocaust survivor

(7 minute read)
Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl developed a unique approach to life which enabled him to survive various Nazi concentration camps. Clare Cooper explains how his approach could be adapted to lockdown.

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