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Saturday, January 23, 2021

Alone Together

Safer at Home orders have affected daily life and routines, but have also allowed people to spend more time pursuing new hobbies, creating new memories and cultivating relationships with family and friends. Birthday celebrations look different under precautionary measures, but they can be memorable moments for families staying home. Quarantine is unique for most families, and finding ways to keep boredom at bay is no exception. Daily routines have been altered, but art, cooking and spending time with family have cemented themselves as part of a new way of life. 

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