Discussion posted by: David McNamara
A recurring joke of the COVID-19 pandemic has been that time is meaningless. For many people now working from home, devoid of regular events or shake-ups, our days have started to blend together into a continuous cycle of working, baking bread, having anxiety or some combination of all three. For me personally, March felt like the longest month ever to happen, while April barely felt like it happened at all. And May? I’m genuinely shook just thinking that it’s almost half over. But as our conceptions of work-screen time and fun-screen time, and lying in bed to sleep and lying in bed to contemplate existence start to blur together, Canadians have at least one way to mark each passing day.