What does your life look like now? ?

I live in the country. I’m still working (on a farm so I see almost no one anyways). Still pretty much only hang out with my dog and ride my horses and go on trail rides and fish. 

Only thing that is different for me is that the interstate is empty most of the time, theirs not really any plane tracks in the sky and I don’t go to Walmart anymore or see my friends on the weekends. Everything’s really different, but as far as what my life looked like before social distancing, nothings really changed. How’s life everywhere else? I feel like the more populated areas with less outdoor centered people are feeling all of this more? 

10 Answers

  • 6 months ago

    I live in one of the bigger cities in the U.S. and except for stores being closed... nothing has really changed at all except all the people wearing masks. The corona virus has a 94 percent survival rate... higher if everyone were to be tested... and 20 year olds are wearing masks. It's just ridiculous.

  • 6 months ago

    My life is quite good considering the social distancing and isolation. I have been reading a lot of good books and watched many movies and my favourite tv series. 

    I think my weight has increased because I keep eating junk food too.

  • 6 months ago

    My life is great because I am a rich idiot who lives on a large spaceship orbiting Uranus.

  • 6 months ago

    I live in a small studio near the coast of a subtropical area of Australia. I am just an ordinary middle-aged man who is an introvert. I enjoy working from home as a freelance writer. 

    I read, write, and watch my favourite movies and TV series on DVDs. I never watch free to air television. I listen to classical music and go for long walks outside watching all the attractive young women exercising along the foreshore. 

    I walk to the shopping centre and I am bombarded by hundreds of butterflies and moths.

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  • 6 months ago

    Im still working myself to.  Riding my horses, going on trail rides, relaxing and smoking my pipes with good pipe tobacco. 

  • 6 months ago

    Quarantine. Boredom. So read the Quran more.

  • 6 months ago

    Well, you're right about the freeways.  Fewer cars are on the road.  People are wearing face masks, which takes getting used to, as the voices sound so muffled.  But TV news channels carry many stories of people who reach out and help others.  It is really good to see this happening, but it is sad it took a pandemic to make people care for one another and help each other out. There are constant reminders to wash your hands, use disinfectants, to wear gloves, etc.  Twice my neighbor has added my groceries to her groceries, when she shops in the grocery stores.  So we all band together and make it through!  There will be a brighter day! 

  • 6 months ago

    I'm retired so nothing changed.

    All my friends are gone.

    I walk to the store.

    The only thing different,I wear a mask.

  • 6 months ago

    Peaceful and quiet for the time being. That could change in 5 minutes. 

  • amy
    Lv 6
    6 months ago

    I moved to a new place in the city. Much nicer then my other place. I can fit a piano here too. Ive unfortunately done a bit of a drug binge for like 3 weeks. But Ive gotten things done. Place is clean. Read psychotherapy books. In the middle of a old text Im starting think its out dated. Re-learning bass. Working on grounding techniques. Working of mindfulness exercises. Sokuko for my focus. Memory cards to repaire damage from medical negligence. Been practising  my vocals. Also got yodelling/keeling nearly down. Just got my missing cord in for my dvd player so soon should be exercising. Its been eventful and used to the fullest but has gone on too long need to stop after tomorrow anyway. Just focusing on self improvement.

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