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    July Favourites

    I’m sooooo fed up with my lockdown routine, but I can’t get out of it. When I’m not at work, life is just just a constant routine of watching TV, eating food, missing life pre-covid and wishing I was doing more. I’m slowly doing different things, seeing my social bubble infrequently, trying to do nice things round the house. But it’s not the same. When will it go back to normal? This is what I liked and loved during another month in lockdown. Atypical I watched a lot of TV this month. Mostly shows that my sister has been telling me to watch for years, like Atypical on Netflix. It’s…

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    June Favourites

    Groundhog day has officially settled in. I don’t remember what the day it is. Lock down rules are easing, but there’s still not an awful lot to do apart from watch TV and films, and play games. I could clean, but no one wants to clean in a pandemic! These are some things I’ve dedicated time to in June, that isn’t cleaning. Schitt’s Creek Early on in the month I finally finished watching the incredible Schitt’s Creek (on Netflix in the U.K.). I think my life will be forever changed because of this progressive and loving town, created by Dan Levy. The characters are written exceptionally, even if they’re a…

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    May Favourites

    Another month of lock down in the U.K. The novelty wore off long ago. I’m not watching many films, or reading as much as I thought I would, or developed a new hobby. I’m watching a lot of TV though. Here is what I liked on lock down in May. Overcooked 2 It was about time I found a new multiplayer game I liked on the PlayStation. Overcooked 2 is every bit as addictive as everyone says. If you’re hoping to unlock 4 stars for the story mode, then it’s definitely not a game for kids. I break a sweat trying to beat the time. Endless hours of fun. I’ve…

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    April Favourites

    If I thought March was a weird month, April came along and was weirder! Not leaving my house for anything other than groceries and a walk around the block has started to become boring and lonely. I miss friends and family. I miss driving. I miss going out. The safety of my friends and family, and everyone else, is the most important though. Staying in is the best thing we can do at the moment. If I have to find books, games, film, tv, music and more to do instead, then I guess I won’t run out of content for my monthly favourites! My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell…