Every day is a Sunday during the lockdown, at least for those who can afford it.
Our daily routines have been smashed apart and rebuilt again inside our homes and for some, this can prove a difficult burden to overcome without the financial means.
It’s been almost two weeks since I moved from my student flat in Leeds, back home to the idyllic village of Leconfield. While I love my flat in Leeds for the resident mice and crumbling walls, it is no country abode.
My parents worked very hard for this village lifestyle, both with jobs that come under the working umbrella, but as time has gone on it has become apparent how much money can drastically improve your lifestyle.
So as I sit typing in my kitchen with fishbowl windows, rustic chairs, and mood lighting, I want to show you what it’s like to breeze through a lockdown.