As COVID-19 slowly begins to affect all of us, many people around the world are finding themselves transitioning from office life to working from home. While doing conferences in your sweatpants can be fun, it’s easy to procrastinate when you’re at home – especially when we’re all anxious and stressed about the state of the world around us. Additionally, it can be hard to set work life and personal life boundaries to achieve that perfect balance. Here are some tips from the pros that have been doing it every day for a while.
In the worldwide pandemic, even celebrities are getting worried and trying their best to help out the only way they can — either by giving their time or money.
Recently, information came to light that young people are also at serious risk if they contract the disease – this epidemic isn’t a joke, and here’s the biggest reasons why.
The worldwide pandemic of COVID 19 is affecting us all. But it seems like humanity is winning. Instead of reacting with fear and anger as some did initially people are acting more compassionate than ever, trying to help each other and support one another the best they can.
It seems like the novel coronavirus has nothing to do with the fashion industry until you remember that hey, Fashion Week is a big gathering of people. While the Milan Fashion Week wasn’t cancelled, Armani’s show happened in an empty theater. Is this the first bell? Is this how other fashion weeks will go on this year? Or will it all be cancelled?
First there was the norovirus, and now there’s the coronavirus. The coronavirus has been spreading global panic as its death toll steadily rises. So far, nearly 3,000 people have contracted the virus, with most of them living in China. In China alone, over 80 people have passed away.