HOW well are you coping with self-isolation? How are you filling in your days?
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How much has your daily routine changed?
The Review has already heard of many novel ways in which people are stopping themselves going stir-crazy.
One man, a keen cyclist, went for a "ride" with his bike mates the other morning, chatting as they went. He put his bike on a stand in the living room, dialled up his mates on his smartphone, projected the image on his TV screen, and went off on his ride.
One family is making sure to phone every week to family and friends in Britain, which has been in lockdown longer than Australia.
The lack of flour on Oberon supermarket shelves indicates that there is now more cooking going on in households, possibly with some interesting results.
Another resident is playing all his old LP records, and rocking the house with Neil Diamond, Barbra Streisand, Duke Ellington - and, being a person of mixed tastes, the odd Beethoven symphony.
And somebody else has resurrected his wood turner and is reviving his woodworking skills from way back - but how many table lamps does a house need?
The snailspeed of the internet also indicates how everyone is spending more time at a keyboard keeping in touch with one another.
So why not spend a few more minutes at the computer or iPad and let us know, in no more than 100 words, how you are beating the boredom blues.
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