13 April 2020

Why is Important to Go Outdoors in Social Isolation and How to Do It

We are entering the 5th week of isolation.

What was said to be the two weeks, now turned in to well over a month and probably we are facing at least one more month of it. We are lucky, they say.

I must admit that for me things didn't change much. I liked staying at home and spending time with my boys well before this coronavirus threat.

Nevertheless, things changed for our family. Now there are five of us at home. Constantly. We are used to be together a lot, but now our home has turned into the office (hubby works from home most of the time, luckily I am still on my maternity leave) and school (the school year continues and boys get school work by email; still better than going to school, they say, but staying in all the time isn't something that they are too happy about). We also cook a lot more now that we are home during the day, every day, and clean, which is not my favourite chore. At all.