Now that 2020 is drawing to a close, many of us will be reviewing the outgoing year and anticipating the incoming one.  One thing is certain, 2020 will not be an easy year to forget.  None of us foresaw a global pandemic, lockdowns, and deaths.  And similarly, as we look forward to the new year, we have no notion what it will bring.  The idea that as soon as the hands of the clock tick over from midnight on 31 December to 12.01am on 1 January, somehow time is reset, and the old suddenly becomes something new, is not realistic.  And yet, this is what we all hope for.  With the spiking of Coronavirus cases over Christmas and the creation of new crisis Tiers, in reality, it appears January 2021 will be a difficult month to get through.  And, although most people will be happy to see 2020 go, the respite we are all looking for may not happen until further down in the year.

So what can we do to ward off des