What week are we on? I've forgotten! Time seems to be moving at a whole new pace between working my day job at home, then being "on leave" from the day job and then heading back to the day job again next
week. Honestly, I feel like one week is merging into the next! I suppose the difficulty comes in the fact that there is no change of enviroment, no change of pace irrespective of whether I'm working from home or not.
I have been doing some home work though, I'm working to try and finish my writing course, and in the midst of that an idea floating about in my head for a while for a book came to fruition and I've been maing notes on that as well.
I'd say back to reality next week, but what does that mean anymore? I could't tell you. We're in lockdown for another 3 weeks, I'll carry on working as I ususally do, queue to get into and out of the grocery
store and then carry on again.
Who knows, maybe this lockdown malarkey will do us all some good, once we can get out of our own heads and find our rhythms again. Think of the good it will do the
enviroment, and nature as a whole. Think of the good it will do your family when you know you can spend more time with them and think of the good it will do you to just sit back and just let it be.
discovery is a good thing in my mind at the moment. I've found that in the midst of all the madness, I can actually sit back and think. I've been reading more than I have in months and I can actually catch up on things I love doing like baking, cooking and
crochet. I'm also discovering what I want from my life. I've been able to take stock of things and work out what is important to me. It's about enjoying the little things in life.
I know that
making the move down south permanent will be a good thing for me, I'm oddly calmer being here, I'm not as stressed as I have been and feel like I have a pressure released that I didn't even realise I had stored up.
Maybe things will all change again the coming weeks, maybe it won't, but it will be interesting to see.