Passing Props between Layout and Children in Gatsby with useContext

It looks like a lot, but having a context for each action actually improves performance by preventing unnecessary re-renders.
Do this for each of the contexts you create.
Make sure to also pass children to your ContextProvider.
Now I can call menu to read the state, and () => toggleMenu(!menu) to change it.
Read method in action.
Write method in action.

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