Canadian mom creates COVID-19 Time Capsule workbook

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The coronavirus pandemic is often described as unprecedented, and one Canadian mom is making sure that feeling is never forgotten.

Before the pandemic becomes part of a history textbook, Natalie Long, a freelance graphic designer from Medicine Hat, Alta., has created a keepsake: a COVID-19 time capsule.

The 10-page workbook was originally made for her two children, but after sharing the document online, thousands of people across Canada became interested.

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A COVID-19 pandemic time capsule workbook from Natalie Long of LONG Creations.
A COVID-19 pandemic time capsule workbook from Natalie Long of LONG Creations.

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“I woke up the next day with thousands of messages because I posted it to Dropbox, and it crashed from the amount of people who tried downloading it overnight,” Long said.

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“All my friends messaged me saying it had been shared and it was everywhere.”

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Long calls the workbook the COVID-19 Time Capsule, filled with writing prompts that people can use to fill in their memories and keep for years to come.



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