It's the little things that make my life full and happy right now.
The chicken korma I made last night was yummy.
My dog comes into my room in the morning, checks if I am awake, and if I am, she places her head on my bed next to me so I can cuddle her face, rub her head and neck, and we have a little love sesh every morning.
Fallout 76. I know I'm the only person in the world that still plays this game, but I like it. It's calming, and it goes at my pace. I can go out a do battle, if I want, or I can stay home and build my camp and sell equipment and supplies to other players. Simple and relaxing, brain-switched-off time.
My job continues to pay me, despite having no work to do, no direction, and no management. I've decided to accept the free money as long as they want to give it to me, or until someone else offers me something interesting to do. I was all fired up to quit Jan 1 in some fit of righteous indignation - "how dare you fail to maximize your use of my skills!?!" - and then I realized how many things I have auto-billed to my credit card every month and thought, "ya know... having money coming in is a Good Thing." So I have chilled out.
My family is healthy and well.
The fridge is full of food.
I've checked off the full Maslow's list, I think. And that's an accomplishment to be proud of in this day/age/time.