The team at Objectively Funny have been an online zine sourced from creatives in the comedy community talking about self-care and mental health during this crisis, and there's been some really wonderful stuff written as part of it. I've written this piece on the disappearance of the future and the emergence of the present, and the fact that it's not necessarily that bad a thing. I hope you find it an interesting read. Be sure to go back and check out some of the other pieces they've published, such as this excellent piece by Idil Sukan on the need to rethink the constant expansion of the Edinburgh Fringe, or this piece on technology addiction by Luke Rollason. Do support the OF team for what they're doing, I think it's important.