Keeping yourself in the green of health


In an expression of biophilia, many families headed out to nearby nature spots like waterfalls once movement restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic were eased. — Photos: Filepic

During the movement control order, many people either took up new hobbies or were reacquainted with old ones that they perhaps did not have much time for prior to being forced to stay at home.

These hobbies included baking, exercising, making the perfect cup of Dalgona coffee, and also planting and gardening, among others.

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