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  • Britons lack motivation to go outside in lockdown 2.0
  • Britons lack motivation to go outside in lockdown 2.0
    Lisa Fotios (2020) ©
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Britons lack motivation to go outside in lockdown 2.0

Running, cycling, and gardening are just a few of the hobbies Britons picked up during the first lockdown as they sought entertainment and therapeutic escapes. But the second time around, the winter blues have resulted in people staying indoors, creating space for brands to offer a mood boost.

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