365 Days of Bummer
365 Days of Bummer is a first-hand account of my experience living under coronavirus restrictions in the UK from March 2020 to March 2021. is filled with humorous observations and relatable illustrations that will stick with you like a dodgy at-home haircut.
It is filled with humorous observations and relatable illustrations that will stick with you like a dodgy at-home haircut.
Topics covered include working at home, exercising at home, crying at home, colouring books, bog roll, Amazon, yoga, Yoda, Boris Johnson, swans, TikTok, Shakespeare, having breakdowns, baking and having breakdowns whilst baking.
Here’s hoping that book will fly off the shelves like packets of Cushelle in March 2020 and that its pages will not be used as emergency bog roll when the next pandemic rolls around!
The book is available to buy in black and white as a paperback and also as a full – if you fancy checking it out, click on the link below!
If you’ve enjoyed my blog posts over the last few years then I would love for you to read it!