It’s been how long since the implementation of the Movement Control Order 2.0? Two months? Three months? We’ve lost count!
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We are social creatures, so it’s no surprise that the MCO fatigue has begun to set in, and for some, working from home can be an isolating experience.
As for us, we love playing SYOKcasts in the background as we work because the friendly banter between hosts and/ or guests remind us of our chats with colleagues in the office.
Here are some SYOKcasts that you can catch up on, which may brighten your days at home:
#1 The C Word with Calista
If social media has taken over your life the same way it has taken over ours during this crazy period, Calista has your back! Have you ever wondered what life is like for your favourite YouTubers, Instagrammers, and TikTokers? Well, Calista dives deep into exploring the world of content creating with creators such as Mark O’Dea, Adam Shamil, Hani Fadzil, and more!
#2 That 20’s Show with Keanu Azman
Keanu Azman is one of the friendliest people around and he really understands the millennial experience. Many of us feel lost during our 20’s, it’s a really big shift from student life to working life. Keanu Azman taps into this and his discussions with celebrities that have survived their 20s or are finding ways to thrive through their 20s makes us feel like we’re talking and sharing advice with friends on how to navigate adulthood.
#3 The Rockstar’s Guide
Have you been singing very loudly and very off-key a bit too much at home? Have you convinced yourself that you have the chops to become a singer? Check out the Rockstar’s Guide to learn what it takes to make it in the Malaysian music industry.
If you’re into video games, social media, gadgets, and everything tech… check out TechniPod! Join the hosts Aiden, Nav, and their producer Cat as they chat in a weekly series where they discuss tech from all across the board and also highlight their favorite games, gadgets, and covering all things geek.
We hope that SYOKcasts bring some joy and laughter to your home during this Movement Control Order period.
But, if you’re feeling persistent sadness or anxiety that interferes with your day-to-day life, please reach out for help!
Stay at home and stay safe!
By: Aishah Akashah Ahadiat