HEALTH & LIFESTYLE
TThe 2020 coronavirus pandemic turned the world, and our dating lives, upside down. If you’re single or struggling to build relationships in lockdown, our article has some tips and advice on virtual dating. Back in 2019, your favorite go-to date night idea might have been cocktails in a hot new club or a trip to an art gallery or museum. Cue 2020 and the coronavirus pandemic and everything has changed.
As Summer ends, viewers are usually treated to an avalanche of new shows known in the US as the “Fall/Winter premieres”.
Many of your favourite series will also come back between September and October, to end in late May; or return in January to run until late July.
As we sit and watch the world grapple with the climate crisis, social justice issues and presidential campaigns, we may notice that one industry is only continuing to thrive: technology. The tech industry is constantly evolving and growing to keep up with life’s increasing demands, and to offer something new into our lives that we didn’t even know we needed.