Life in lockdown: thinking about the psychology of being stuck with yourself when there are no distractions like work and other places, and how we are all continuously learning about ourselves and it’s not all rainbows but we have to make do, and also why we really REALLY need to give ourselves a break right now.
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Category: Covid-19 Diary
This is new normal under lockdown in March 2020: weird stuff missing from the supermarket, physical distancing, fear and a multitude of acts of kindness.
Today’s been a hard day. I miss normal life. I miss not being afraid. I miss people and talking and going out. Nothing particular has happened, I’ve just been tearful and lonely all day. I fought off the temptation to switch off, go back to bed and hide and I’ve just tried not to show […]
Day 3 – Dear Diary, no one should have to homeschool children whilst also trying to fit in 7.5 hours of work. I’m not humanly possible. And what’s worse? No biscuits in the house.
Yes I am going to be super creative and totally unique and keep an isolation diary so you can all see inside my tediously mundane life. One day we can all look back and observe the gradual unravelling of my consciousness into raving madness as it is ravaged by the relentless demands of bored hungry […]