We won’t remember much of what we did in the pandemic
Tim Harford: there is good reason that we have such vivid memories of our holidays. When asked what did we do while on lockdown, we are likely to just say "we were at home." In his Financial Times column, the Undercover Economist reflects on his own COVID-19 memories, and why new physical spaces seem to be essential for our brains to generate vivid memories.
From Financial Times