Fell into the isolation blues today. I feel like it’s something that’s going to happen a lot over the next few months (months! 😫) and, actually, that’s ok. It’s a time where we’re more in our own heads than normal. Having more time to think and worry about everything and anything, the uncertainty of the next few months, and every slightly shitty things that ever happened to us ever (just me?? 😂) . I sometimes feel like I’m wading through life and unsure where the next turn is. But it’s important to know that we all feel like that from time to time, and sometimes even more frequently than that!
After mopsing for a while – which is also ok, and a good mopse is often very much needed – I started to think about how bloody great my, and our, lives are and what I’m thankful for. I am so bloody lucky that myself and my loved ones are well and healthy currently; I get to isolate with the best hubby ever (don’t tell him I said this it’s cringe) and a dog that I SWEAR is my best friend and understands EVERY single conversation I have with him. I get to exercise, go for a walk and talk to all the wonderful humans I have in my life everyday. So, although it’s all relative and we’re allowed to be down and sad and anxious, there are people out there that don’t have all this. And if you’re one of them then I would love to offer my chats and silliness to hopefully provide some sort of escape in this time 🧡
It’s also ok to lie in until late, look forward to glass of wine come the evening, not want to learn a new skill and not want to do a million workout videos at home ✌🏻