In the early days of Covid-19, we stopped consuming and rather loved it. But it didn’t stick | Sarah Wilson
In April of last year, Australians stopped spending – but where some label current highs in consumption as ‘recovery’, Sarah Wilson sees a cult
This week I found myself thinking back to early Covid. The globe had been suspended in an eerie pause and many of us were given the most unique of opportunities: time and space to have a good, hard look at ourselves and what mattered.
Do you remember what we did? We stopped consuming. And we really rather loved it.