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My Pandemic Year Time Capsule

Pandemic Time Capsule

It’s March 15, which means we have been living in quarantine for a full year!

Funny because this “memory” popped up on my Facebook last week. Just a few days before the lockdown was announced last year, I took Yuri to Gibi because he needed new school shoes. Until now, his shoes are still brand new in condition! I need to give them away because they don’t fit anymore šŸ˜…

I’m praying things would be back to normal very soon. I haven’t left the house except for grocery trips and medical appointments since the pandemic began, and I must admit I’m already feeling the Covid-19 fatigue.

But I am still optimistic. With the arrival of the vaccines, I think things are looking up. I hope so! And because it’s been a year since this life-changing event happened, I just wanted to make a post to remember what I did during the pandemic year.

(Yuri also did a pandemic year time capsule last year. We got the free printableĀ here. I think it’s a great exercise to help us process our thoughts and emotions.)

9 Things That Defined My Quarantine Year

1. Homemade bread: I have been already been baking way before Covid-19 happened, but when the lockdown began, I started learning how to bake bread. It was fun, and the kitchen always smelled lovely, but it was so time-consuming and I didn’t really get to save money haha.

2.Ā Underemployment:Ā Remote or online work is nothing new to me since I’ve worked from home for more than 10 years now. But my client last year was affected by the pandemic and had to cut my already part-time hours into half. For months, I was only working 2 hours/day (which did give me a lot of time to bake LOL).

But God is good, and I have since gotten another part-time client. I ultimately resigned from my first work just this month.

3.Ā Homeschool: HomeschoolingĀ is theĀ biggestĀ change we went through last year. Not to undermine the dire effects of the pandemic, but homeschooling was (is) the one good thing that happened to us because of it. It was a leap of faith, but we love it so much that we decided to continue homeschooling next school year!

 

 

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