The headlines remind us that we’re all impacted, but in truth the Covid 19 lockdown is affecting us all in lots of different ways, so the lessons we learn will all be very different.
What would you say is the most important thing you have learned from this experience that will change the way you live ‘PC’ (Post Covid) - if anything?
I don’t just mean personally, though I imagine many of us will have discovered how resilient we are in a crisis, but also how we spend our money (on local business, supporting family or charities, and on those things we’ve discovered are ‘essentials’ in life) but maybe also what we think local and national spending priorities might be.
Will we be willing to take fewer risks with our health, and our money - and be even more grateful for medical and teaching staff?
Or might we see a new ‘Roaring 20s’ where we react against this austerity, and decide to throw caution to the wind and get back to having as much fun as possible?
What do you think?