I've lost myself in the rat race these last few years and now, being forced to be my own and only company, am starting to remember who I really am.
I am confined to my apartment like many and it would make staying home a lot easier if people around me were respectful of their noise footprint. I don’t want to hear your half-hour cell phone call on the street, or your 5-hour use of power equipment in the apartment next door. There is no where I can go to escape it. It’s affecting my mental health and ability to work from home. The noise is beyond the help of earplugs.
This is the worst time to be dealing with a painful breakup. Living completely alone with far too much time to think about them and miss them. I’ve woken up twice to the ringing of my phone, seeing their name on the display. Then realizing that I was only dreaming : ( .
... my CD collection from highschool during this plague, and now I am listening to Ozzy. Such a good time =]
A better world---it's funny, Ozzy was viciously protested by the same people who today grow up to use tumblr to decide what to viciously protest =]
Back in the day I used to snicker at the ads for this home haircutting system but I guess they’re having the last laugh now, such as it is. I fear that if I can’t get a haircut for a few months I’ll be full-on Anakin Skywalker or at least Dean from the Gilmore Girls reunion. Might not be a bad thing, heat notwithstanding.
during this crazy time because self-isolating is not a big deal for me.
I live alone and have always been fairly reclusive.
I do miss my gym and the Library but I have exercise bands at home and the Internet is an infinite source of e-books, movies, music.
This must all be very difficult for the social animals out there but just load up your Skype and socialize all you want.
And remember, this too shall pass.
Personally, I think I'd rather die of COVID-19 than be trapped in my home and not allowed to come within 2 metres of anyone for six months.
Im sick of this cold shitty weather.
It was bloody was snowing this morning.
Its bloody April man.
Im cold damit.
Bad enough with this state of stupidity going on.
All the hype and the ridiculous ness of it !
But in the cold ..
Im at a loss.
I feel like I don't have to deal with the rate race as much because it hardly exists. Not going out to do pointless errands all the time helps. Skipping a long Vancouver commute on transit kicks-ass. Remote work is just 7 1/2 hours a day and I don't have a stressful manager hovering over me in person so it's not as mentally taxing. No toxic colleagues either. This is wonderful. I think I am taking on remote work in the near future full-time. Not worth working at an in-office job.
Everyone in Vancouver knows how I have been feeling for many years now.
Frustrating isn't it ?
Change is coming.