L2 – Day 33: Bubbles of Solitude

L2 – Day 33: Bubbles of Solitude

Since it’s lockdown and there are four of us at home this week, we all spent a large part of today in our personal sound bubbles.

Ever heard that term before?

I heard it for the first time in a TEDTalk by Julian Treasure, entitled: 5 Ways to Listen Better (If you’ve got 7.5 minutes, I recommend it). He says that we retreat into personal sound bubbles when we insert headphones, to take refuge from an overly noisy world.

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L2 – Day 32: Bee’s a’Flyin’

L2 – Day 32: Bee’s a’Flyin’

I had a little bit of ‘Bee therapy’ yesterday.

One lesson learned during confinement #1 was the importance of small pleasures. Had it not been born out of necessity, it might be considered virtuous, but alas we were obliged to find pleasure in the little; we couldn’t get out to procure the ‘big’.

Thirty minutes of bees was a nice reset yesterday…

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