Day 15 of Qurantine…I think….

I have binged 50 episodes of diferent shows in 5 days. I finished Disney’s ”Raven’s Home” in 2 days. That’s 21 episodes that run for just under 30 minutes. I know you are doing something similar too *cue High School Musical We’re all in this together*

I really wasn’t going to write about Covid-19 because it’s just been so disheartening and so much has been going on especially in the media. A lot happened in the month of March and I’m still left a little confused. Universities shut down and most students now have to use online classes, other’s if not most have been told to work from home and then we were told…

We are in a global pandemic.

To sum it up according to the NHS

”COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It’s caused by a virus called coronavirus.”

I’m sure at the point you’ve heard enough but can we talk about how depressing all this is? I am used to having a busy life but having everything come to a stand still has completely thrown me off especially my schedule meaning I have to make a new one because I can’t leave the house anymore…it’s almost illegal to do so. A woman was fined £650 because ”she was arrested for breaching the new Coronavirus Act” according to Sky News. So it’s like what else can I do because change of scenery plays a huge role in our lives, especially life routine. ”Work out from home” No, I want to go to the gym! ”Just cook from home” I mean I could but… No I want a Nando’s!

We’re all stuck in a place of uncertainty. We don’t know when It’ll all end but the best part is we really are in this together. Yes it’s uncomfortable, don’t get me started on my sleeping pattern it’s a mess but I am a true believer everything will fall into place. What should you do to stay safe?

  • Keep your distance.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water often.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze.
  • Keep social distancing…no seriously, there’s nothing out there, just stay home.

These are just a few things the NHS has suggested for us to do but if you’re in a different region/ country be sure to follow procedure accordingly. Be safe, try to make a routine that fits best for you just to keep busy or at least to say you have something to do, take advantage and relax as best as you can because this will be a story to tell in the near future.

Flatten the curve, facetime friends, spend more time with your loved ones at home, read that book or don’t honestly, don’t pressure yourself. Stay home and stay safe.

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