In these days it’s hard to talk about anything else but this situation with the virus we find ourselves in. One can see this situation from many prospectives. One can feel panic, feel annoyance, feel sorry for oneself stuck in the house.. or can see it as an opportunity!
And this is where I want to take you.
I need to thank my friend Mohammed for the inspiration all of the way from Kuwait (the power of technology.. and the realisation that we are really ALL in this mess!) : ‘our generation has always been through more stress and more demanding life than others. This situation has made the stress factor stop for a while. Education, finding a job, family problems, the economy… it’s all ‘in pause’ for now. No stressors’.
There I was. Gobsmacked in front of these simple yet powerful words.
There I was, complaining about the fact that I ‘had to stay home and do less than the usual’ when actually I should have just thought ‘finally I get to breathe’.
Who else has (had) a million miles an hour life?
Isn’t it good to stop and re-prioritise a bit?
So here is some good practices to do while ‘stuck’ at home:
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