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Puzzles, knitting, gardening: Slow living makes a fast comeback
by Gary Dinges
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17 May 2020
On 17 May 2020 USA TODAY reported:
When it comes to hobbies during the coronavirus pandemic, what's old is new again. Puzzles, photography, knitting, cooking, and gardening are among the hobbies that countless Americans are embracing since most of the country went into COVID-19 lockdown. With large gatherings a no-no right now, they're ages-old creative outlets that are compatible with social distancing, while also offering a sense of personal gratification.
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