27 years old, about 5 months left of that before turning 28. I see myself as a pretty resilient person, but it’s starting to be a bit long. My roommate met someone after the first lockdown (march-may), and decided to move in with her in September, so I’ve been living by myself in an awesome (lucky) apartment since.
I’ve played a crazy amount of time of World of Warcraft between April and December, as I’ve been out of work to do between April and July, and out of work with no job between Aug. and November. I’ve since found a job that I really like so that’s the silver lining of the past few months. But it’s entirely remote for now, I only met one time my manager, otherwise its mostly work and the occasional Teams meeting.
It’s hard to date. Picked it up again when I found a job because I didn’t had the desire before. Met 4 people, but I feel like its really hard to connect with someone if you can’t do anything outside because of a curfew/lockdown… So yeah, I do the occasional bending the rules, otherwise the only exit strategy is to go insane.
I don’t know how to feel about the strategy. A part of me wants to say that everyone under 50 or something like that should be able to live life as usual as the upsides seems to exceed the downsides of covid19, but I guess we can’t politically act that ; so everybody has to get hurt? I don’t know. How can Israel be at 33.93% of its population vaccinated, but we are only at 0.90% ? It’s insanely slow.
I send you all kisses from France, and hope you are holding everything up. Otherwise, you can always shoot me a dm <3