We’re all in this together.
When stuck indoors with no feasible end in sight, it can be difficult to remain positive.
Unfortunate accidents are taking place during lockdown.
Animals are adapting to lockdown too.
Getting bored during lockdown? Have you tried re-creating the covers from your favourite books?
There are many illusions about wearing glasses. Here are some examples of what it’s like #GrowingUpWithGlasses.
We’re all coping with the situation at hand, each facing our own challenges.
Animals following the rules of social distancing.
As they cope with the added pressure of working together 24/7, couples and families are creating co-workers or blaming their pets when things go wrong.
With concerns about the spread of Covid-19 and lockdown in place, not everyone is on their best behaviour.
We're all adjusting to the current situation.
Grandmothers teach us a lot of important things, often entertaining us at the same time.
Lockdown gives us plenty of opportunity to practice cooking and avoid these disasters.
How are you coping with the current situation?
Since the recent lockdown everything feels a little odd, these things especially.
Keep the whole family entertained and occupied during quarantine.
There are few reasons to leave home at the moment, so when they do, people are getting creative in their methods of protection.
We’re all zooming to our next conference call with the boss, colleagues and clients, but watch out for your surroundings…
Whilst trapped at home, we may be idealising some of our past holidays.
We have all been adapting to new work environments for the past one... two... three... weeks?
The kids are off school and you're working from home - what could go wrong?
How are you making the most of your time whilst in lockdown?
Working from home is a change for most of us - what does your setup look like?
It's not just humans self-isolating!
Live a smarter life whilst self-isolating thanks to these tips and tricks.
Some people have the art of social distancing down to a tee - others are still practising
Life can get pretty lonely if you are home working.
It might seem all doom and gloom (especially if you are self-isolating) but thanks to social media there are still plenty of jokers around to raise the spirits.
Panic buyers are leaving supermarket shelves across the world empty - or are they?
Although no one can be certain of nationwide and worldwide changes over the coming days, weeks and months – humour hasn’t been forgotten that’s for sure.
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We have compiled practical storage solutions for you.
Do you see faces in things?
This Malaysian artist creates tree-animal illustrations to help the imagination of kids run wild.
This artist has used digital techniques to educate the public on how climate change is impacting environments across the world.
Some of these cats are very good at stretching.
This sculptor from Budapest creates driftwood sculptures from pieces of wood that get washed ashore.
These aren’t your usual pets.
Whether it be advertising, architecture or packaging, bad designs are a lot of fun to look at and laugh at.
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