If you have been actively engaging with the current news then you will totally get what the title of this blog is all about.
I finally got around to writing (an extremely detailed) post about my experience with the current pandemic we are all dealing with, aka COVID_19: how I have socially isolated myself, how I’ve been getting around and how I entertain myself at home. I hope this article helps feel a little bit better because we are in this together.
To be honest I am extremely disappointed with how the year is going. I had a whole bunch of travel plans set for the year and my calendar was filled to the brim with big ideas to fulfill my wandering heart.
Travel plans aside, in some weird and wonderfully amazing way, the universe unexpectedly granted me a few opportunities to work some of the inspirational people I’ve met to date. I am super excited for what is to come. I’ve really grown in confidence as I’ve been discovering my talents over the years. I’ve had to attend a lot of networking events in the city on my own, which has forced me to put myself out there and get noticed. Going out to events solo really pushes you out of your comfort zone. All those uncomfortable social events and awkward chats has really widened my database and I am able to get advice from fellow peers during this time.
The great thing about all of this is (the #21daylockdown I mean) is that I won’t be wasting money on fancy avo on toast or overpriced iced coffee. So I am going to be staying indoors over the next 21 days, doing yoga in the morning, drinking homemade Italian hazelnut coffee, sipping on gin & pink tonic in the evening, writing, joining an online cooking class, coming up with new recipes to share on the blog and working on a new layout for the blog.
Be sure to check my Instagram stories for more details of what I get up to :).
Stay safe. Wash your hands. Spend quality time with your family. Reflect on your life. And Better yourself.
I am as nervous as everybody is right now but I am keeping sane by sourcing information from reputable sources, watching tons of Netflix shows and sending memes to my dear friends. Laughter makes everything better – that’s how my family and I get through tough times!
That’s all for now.
Lots of Love,