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By: Kate | July 17, 2016

Doona Days come in two very different forms.

The first is the type where you stay in bed all day because you simply can not face the prospect of getting up – the days where the stress or anxiety or depression or apathy become so overwhelming that you simply can not summon the energy to overcome them. The response is to pull the doona over your head and lie there, either buffeted by a whirlwind of existential anguish or sinking into the black emptiness of despair. These are truly awful days, frightening, interminable and soul-destroying.


But there is a second kind of Doona Day. These are the days when you give yourself permission to stay in bed all day, because you are tired or because you have been working hard and deserve a break. These are...

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