When time flies: How to be present in the moment

While the pandemic seems endless, each individual day appears to fly by faster than ever

Many people are noting that, while the pandemic seems endless, each individual day flies by faster than ever. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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For many, sitting through lockdowns in different parts of the world, the old structures of daily life have drastically changed or even fallen away completely.

No need to spend hours travelling to work, food and shopping are delivered to doorsteps, and dress codes have drastically changed. If shoulders are covered for a Zoom meeting, and a tie or earrings are visible, pyjama bottoms are fine below.

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