5 things the pandemic teaches us about making life choices
Keep essentials close. At the height of the lockdown, there was one word that permeated through every restriction and reminder: essential. We would hear this buzzword constantly until today. The pandemic and the ensuing quarantine have taught us the importance of the essentials and making sure that we have easy access to them at any time. It’s best to situate yourself where there is a complete commercial complex within arm’s reach so you can pop in and out whenever you need to and still be able to meet all your retail wants and needs. Apart from making sure your pantry is always well-stocked, it also helps to minimize the time you spend outside in potential exposure, and also brings you home sooner to spend more time with your loved ones. After all, more than biscuits and bread slices, the real essentials you should stick close to at this time are those you hold dear to your heart. Always be aware of your surroundings and stay safe. Amidst this pandemic are thousands of unpleasant stories from unemployment and desperation driving people to crime to tales of how even the most careful individuals are brought down by the virus acquired in tight, congested places. There’s enough to go around to make anybody anxious. You may not have full control of these bad elements but you can still do something to minimize the impact and anxiety they bring you. Set yourself up where you can feel safe. A gated community would be ideal so you can enjoy 24/7 security by trusted and trained security personnel who can make sure that no bad elements come to invade your home. It’s also best to be in a medium-density environment wherein you can get to know each of your neighbors personally while remaining physically distant. This way, you’re not just a stranger packed in with dozens of others, crowding the elevator bank as you wait for the doors to open. Remember, the sound sleep you get at night knowing you live in a safe community is priceless. Be resilient. Don’t be afraid to try something new. While staying safe is always good advice, sometimes it’s also good to take a little risk. This pandemic has brought about an emergence of surprise hobbies and interests. We all have that friend who’s into investment banking but is now also a baker. That PR writer who makes fashionable face masks. The dentist who now paints on canvas. With so much time spent at home, it would be a waste not to open up your creativity. For some, it’s a hobby, for others, a second source of income. Whatever it may be for you, now is the time to rediscover yourself and unearth something new whether it’s an artistic endeavor or a new interest. When you’re strapped for inspiration, look no further than into Mother Nature herself and you’ll find every molecule gleaming with life. It’s best to surround yourself with awe-inspiring sights and breathtaking views where you can breath in the fresh air, enjoy the breeze, and let the sun speak to your heart’s desire.
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