Reflections for ‘me-time’

Reflections for ‘me-time’

Over the weeks of Lockdown most of us have hopefully taken ‘me time’ for some self-reflection. Many report being surprised at its calming effect – and their increased problem-solving capacity.

How much longer? This is all I can think about.

How much longer? This is all I can think about.

Are you a bit like me? During this Lockdown it has sometimes felt like I just want to curl up at the bottom of my dark cupboard. I’ve felt lonely – I’ve missed the hugs, the warmth, and the loving presence of my family and friends. I’ve longed for time just to sit and chat; or go for a walk with real, living bodies. Connecting on Zoom just didn’t seem to do it anymore!

How much longer? This is all I can think about.

How much longer? This is all I can think about.

Are you a bit like me? During this Lockdown it has sometimes felt like I just want to curl up at the bottom of my dark cupboard. I’ve felt lonely – I’ve missed the hugs, the warmth, and the loving presence of my family and friends. I’ve longed for time just to sit and chat; or go for a walk with real, living bodies. Connecting on Zoom just didn’t seem to do it anymore!

Coronavirus – Looking Up in Lockdown

Coronavirus – Looking Up in Lockdown

Lockdown is challenging as we learn to manage close confinement – not going out to our favorite places to connect with special friends. But ‘social distancing’ is a vital strategy to prevent the spread of the virus; so we must adhere to Government’s Regulations.

Let’s ‘Look Up’ for the silver lining – there is always one to find if we take the time to seek it.