Right now, with everything going on, I am feeling:
Curious. Every day the situation changes so I'm trying to be as
pragmatic about things as possible.
Three things I feel grateful for:
My family, our hospital system, and the belief that we will all look out for each other.
The best thing that happened to me this week:
Finding my favourite oat milk after an exhaustive search.
I highly recommend a binge on:
Tales of The Green Valley. You can watch it on YouTube, but a disclaimer; you'll only like it if you're into historical documentaries. (Yeah, total nerd). And Outlander. (Gosh, I've really got terrible taste in TV shows, huh?!)
I'm loving listening to these poddys:
Hay House Radio, Hidden Brain, The Minimalists, The Life Stylist and The Marie Forleo Podcast.
This book is on my 'to read' list:
The Healing Self by Deepak Chopra, The Personal MBA by Josh Kaufman and Storm Sister by Lucinda Riley.
My fave bunker down snack is:
Chocolate-coated air dried strawberries and organic Angove Shiraz.
The best game is:
Jenga! But I'd really like to learn some card games.
This Instagram page is giving me muchos LOLs:
@auricleearseeds (shameless plug!)
When I’m feeling overwhelmed I:
Get present by noticing five things I see, four things I hear, three things I feel, two things I smell and one thing I'm grateful for.
The kindest thing I’ve seen about the situation so far is:
Is a post my girlfriend put on Facebook offering to help anyone who was elderly or immunocompromised with running errands or food shops etc. It's the little acts of kindness which make the biggest difference.
In tricky times, I feel calm when I:
Any final words of wisdom?:
Call your grandparents, sick friends or older relatives just to say hi and let them know they're loved and thought of, even if you can't visit.