We are all familiar with the various challenges that the pandemic has forced us to endure. We have learnt a lot during the last two years, primarily that at times like this that it is more important than ever to stay connected. One may think with modern technology that we are more connected than ever. But is this really the case? What does it actually mean to be connected?
The last 18 months have been challenging for even the strongest of people and it hasn’t just been the threat of the virus causing people’s stress levels to soar. First, there were the ever-changing rules, which also brought a whole set of new vocabulary for us to get our heads around with words like furlough, social-distancing and track-and-trace.