Mending clothes. Cutting hair. Fixing a squeaky door or a dripping faucet. Baking bread.
A generation or two ago, household skills like these were common, learned at home and at school. Then it became easier to toss things out rather than fix them, quicker to call the professionals.
Now, in an unsettling era of staying at home and not knowing what will be available tomorrow, the old ways are being dusted off and relearned.
Since the coronavirus has shuttered many small businesses that do our work and supply our things, millions of people trying to stay home are driven by
As we enter into a week of the coronavirus pandemic we like to call “who-even-knows-anymore-time-is-now-an-abstract-concept,” many thoughts fill our minds. But one that has certainly started creeping in more often is, What are we going to watch next? With the uptick in downtime due to quarantine and social distancing guidelines, binge-watching has reached new heights. And for those of us who are parents, figuring out what’s appropriate to watch around and/or with little ones that’s both good and won’t melt their brains has become part of the new reality.
So, we’re happy to report that Discovery has decided to
There’s a lot of fear surrounding the novel coronavirus. The pathogen, which is spread through respiratory droplets, has infected people across the globe and here in the United States with the disease officially known as COVID-19.
Many doctors have been fielding questions from patients about the virus for weeks, and as more information comes out, the concerns from the general public will likely continue.
It’s totally normal to feel anxious during a pandemic. However, the No. 1
Ever since the coronavirus outbreak became a global pandemic, we’ve seen fashion companies and retailers laying off employees, furloughing others, and closing for an indeterminate future. Unemployment, at 32%, is higher than it’s ever been before (it was at 25% during the Great Depression). But what does this indicate for the future of fashion and retail? I don’t think any of us saw this coming; however, I have hope about the future of fashion. As a recruiter in the fashion space, I am familiar with the ups and downs of the industry. This is what I predict.
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