Coping with self-isolation: Reading
We can’t deny that it is rather an unusual period of time… But, what can we do other than make the situation work for us? We’re all in it together, aren’t we? If you have to stay in your room and are worried that you’ll run out of things to do, we’ve got a series of articles with a few suggestions on what to do!
In this article we’ll talk about:
There’s only so much news we can read every day… Maybe it’d be good to be able to pick something that can teleport us into a different world, just for a while:
Have a look at the list of books recommended by Barack Obama: https://www.businessinsider.com/barack-obama-favorite-books-2019-list-2019-2019-12?r=US&IR=T
Cambridge University Press has just made a lot of their catalogue freely accessible online. Have a look at the message on their website: https://www.cambridge.org/about-us/covid-19/
Also, you can join the Kindle Store on Amazon. You don’t need a dedicated device, you can simply download an app on your phone or tablet.
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