Questa volta abbiamo cercato: Who is happy being in quarantine and can’t relate to these social media posts about “hanging in there”?
Who is happy being in quarantine and can’t relate to these social media posts about “hanging in there”?
Ed ecco le risposte:
I’ve been able to catch up on a lot and I feel more organized and less exhausted
Absolutely me. I haven’t felt this at ease in the last 10 years. Disclaimer – I’m saying that from a very privileged position of being able to work full time from home (as can my wife) and living in Canada (relatively low volume of infection and death).
Yep, the economic downturn to come is weighing on my mind a bit but, overall, I can’t remember being as content with my day-to-day as I am now. The drastic reduction of the external requirements on my time and energy has been such a weight off.
Me. I was already working from home before coronavirus kicked off, so nothing really changed. I’ve got some social anxiety and am not looking forward to going back to the office.
I have been able to catch up on stuff around the house and on crafts I’ve been putting off. I havent been this relaxed in a long time. I get to play video games without stressing that I need to get other things done instead and I even finally have time to learn to crochet. Yesterday I just sat in my back garden and watched birds at the feeder for about an hour and didnt feel guilty at all for wasting time. I havent felt like that in a long time.
Sure, I miss going out and I didnt get to do my annual May trip to Niagara Falls, but that stuff is all minor.
Me i never left my room at all anyways