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What’s been your most ridiculous pandemic purchase?


by Esther O'Moore Donohoe
22nd Nov 2021
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In doing her 2020 tax return, Esther O'Moore Donohoe relived her every pandemic purchase, from label makers to ring lights.

There’s no better way to relive the magic of 2020 than to do your tax return. As I sat at my desk last week, invoices and receipts resting on every available surface, I couldn’t believe that two of my favourite activities – basic accounting and reliving past traumas – were coming together. Was I dreaming? I was not. I briefly considered ignoring the task in front of me and instead flinging myself on the floor...

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