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COVID-19

August 24, 2020

Reclaiming Relaxation During the Great Pause

As COVID-19 has forced us to slow down, we've begun to see a transformation in how and why we relax. We see people around the world taking a more holistic and proactive approach to relaxation, and a movement towards putting in the time and effort to truly "reset" ourselves. But what does this all mean as we look to the future and a world that's beginning to open up again?

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COVID-19

July 21, 2020

Meaningful Connection Amidst Virtual Fatigue

At-home entertainment is helping us meet our intensified desire to connect with others during lockdown. But while some behaviors are a band-aid solution, others speak to a deeper value shift toward seeking more meaningful connection.

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COVID-19

June 18, 2020

The Pursuit of Progress During the Big Pause

During COVID-19, our desire for progress is stronger than ever, yet there’s no clear destination in sight. As the days blur together, people are engaging in new at-home entertainment behaviors to feel a sense of purpose and avoid losing this time. The Sound set off to explore these new behaviors and understand which habits will last.

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Cultural Insights

February 12, 2020

Girl Uninterrupted

In India, 73 million women are taking a stand, choosing to be single, to craft the life they want. Payel shares with Fascinatingly Familiar why it's not an easy choice, but it's absolutely the right choice.

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Cultural Insights

November 20, 2019

Mom Crimes

We’re all about that human on human insight; that consumer behaviour research that makes one lean back and interlock the fingers across the belly, musing...

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