COVID-19 a Conversation in Blog Form

Hello everyone and welcome back to the blog. I know that for those who know me rather well, this has been one of the ONLY things that I have posted about and been talking about for what seems like weeks now. From the time that we first heard about it blowing up in China in January to the point where it is now essentially in every corner of the known world.

It seems now like every single day goes by a minute at a time, like each day is at a standstill from sunrise to sunset. The day that Kobe died back in January 2020 (literally only two months ago) feels not only like it was in a completely different time period, but also that it was a small taste of the feeling that we all share on a daily basis where the only thing that we have really to focus on now is keeping safe and sanitary no matter what it is that we are doing.

I wanted to have a different conversation, about what it is that I am doing during this time. I am not here to tell you “what you can do to stay safe” because I have already done that in a couple of vlogs released on my YouTube channel (TheAngryRanter) over the weekend. I want to talk about what I have been doing to stay sane during this crazy time that we all live in and start the conversation with everyone about what it is that you can also maybe do to stop the stir-craze.

I have been doing the best I can to keep together by not limiting going outside entirely, but by limiting myself to no more than 1-2 trips outside to essential places a day. If I want to go for a general walk or something, it better be on a day that I am not going anywhere else (like tomorrow for me I will probably go for a walk). I have also been reading, playing video games and watching a fair bit of Netflix. The other thing is that I will be starting tomorrow doing at home regiments for exercise. Just doing things to keep me moving.

I want to also say that everyone should find some way of not going stir-crazy. I am thinking of all of you and I hope that you can all stay safe and healthy.

Till next post!

Published by mlevis1996

24, Father of Anti-Humanist Philosophy (The AntiJudgementalism Handbook (2020) and 2019 Meditations (2020))

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