Now that restrictions are becoming more relaxed, some of us might be venturing outside (safely, of course) and spending time with friends and family. I've noticed that my social battery runs out a lot quicker than it used to. Even virtual hangouts are just as draining as in-person encounters. There's a noticeable change in my … Continue reading I Can’t Hang Anymore
As the anniversary of my state's first lockdown sneaks up, I am sitting here still in awe of how the world turned upside down so quickly. Since March is Social Work Month, I thought about a few things that have changed at my job. I'm aware I'm not an actual social worker, I'm a case … Continue reading It’s March…Again??
Can you believe it's almost been a year since the first lock down? Personally I'm still processing 2016, but that's another post. I was deep in thought again *procrastinating* and thought I could add a few more tips to this post since we're all getting cabin fever by now. Uno. I turn off all my … Continue reading How I Survive WFH: Part 2
Sometimes I stop and remind myself during the day to be patient and not rush what I'm doing at the moment or the goals I'm working on. Especially now, since I spend all my time at home I tend to get lost in my thoughts and put unnecessary pressure on myself to get stuff done. … Continue reading A Little Reminder