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Topic: Dear Diary, a day to day look at self isolation

  1. quirkywords
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    28 March 2020

    Hi

    I have gone into self isolation . I will be alone and not seeing any friends or family.

    I know we have other threads, but I would really like people to share their day to day thoughts and activities:

    the highlights

    the fun things

    the frustrations

    he things you can change

    I think each day it would be good to share On thing that surprised me to day.

    I would like you to share your ideas because it will help us all work out how.

    So here is my first entry bit will be back later.

    Dear Diary,

    Day 1

    I am not sure whether I am excited or a bit unsure.

    I know I will need to distract myself and hide the chocolate biscuits.!!

    I have a list of what I want to do but I think it is too ambitious.

    One thing that surprised me was how much noise I like to have when alone. This may change.

    Quirky

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  2. Missing user
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    28 March 2020 in reply to quirkywords

    Interesting thread quirky.

    • No highlights for me so far today.
    • No fun things either.
    • Frustrations - a lot of things really.
    • The things you can change - hmm, none I don't think? Don't know.
    • One thing that surprised me - nothing yet.

    Tayla

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    28 March 2020 in reply to quirkywords

    Hello Quirky, Tayla..and everyone..

    What a great idea Quirky..

    Dear Diary..

    Day ?...I’ve been self isolated for a couple of week..because so far I’ve not needed to go...

    Today I replanted my Basil and Parsley from a small seedling box into bigger window pots..and I had a ver large glass water bottle..and I put some soil in the bottom of it and planted some small succulents...Fingers crossed the Basil and Parsley continue to grow...and the succulents thrive...

    Grandy..

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    28 March 2020 in reply to Ggrand

    Oops..one thing that surprised me...finding more little pumkins on my vine..yippie!

    Grandy..

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    28 March 2020 in reply to Ggrand
    Interesting Grandy!
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    28 March 2020 in reply to Ggrand

    Thanks grandy and tayla

    Dear Diary

    I have spoken for a few mins on the phone

    I have done some writing

    am surprised how quickly the time has gone.

    wonder what tomorrow will bring.

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    29 March 2020

    Hi Quirky (& a wave to all),

    I think this is a fantastic idea to help us cope with our daily lives during physical/social distancing, self isolation or even quarantine.

    Thanks so much for this idea :)

    Highlights:

    • yoga
    • technology that allows me to keep in touch with friends/family in a safe way (social/physical distancing).

    Fun things: ?

    Frustrations: missing family/friends, but knowing that I can’t see them for at least 6 months.

    The things you can change: the things I want to change, I can’t, so I’m in a state of resigned acceptance.

    Kindness and care,

    Pepper

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  8. Nurse Jenn
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    29 March 2020

    Great thread Quirky! I was thinking to start a diary of this experience for my daughter to read one day. This has given me some inspiration.

    Dear Diary,

    the highlights: watching the rain and the colour of the landscape grow greener with each precious drop; pots of tea instead of cups
    the fun things: watching my toddler play like its just any other day (its very normalising)
    the frustrations: not being able to see my father in law who is in an aged care home that is locked down - he is probably quite confused about not having visitors as he has dementia, I feel sad for him and so many others in this situation
    the things you can change: the amount of dirt on the inside doors of my kitchen cupboard doors (cleaning is a mindfulness strategy for me when I have an increase in my stress levels)
    the thing that surprised me to day: how quickly the birds can eat all your freshly planted seedlings!!! (time to get some netting)

    Sending everyone strength,

    Nurse Jenn

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    29 March 2020 in reply to Nurse Jenn

    dear diary

    highlights: feeling the sun through the window

    fun things; watching my grandchild on video chat

    frustrations not be able to touch my grand child

    the things you can change I can decide to do the washing up each day.

    that thing that surprised me: that my grandchild is more relaxed with video chat as I keep muting myself when I wanted to move my picture in the screen.

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  10. WanderingAround
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    Dear Diary,

    I'm at the start of my third week working from home, since we were told to by upper management. Being responsible for a group of more than 50 people, I thought it would be overwhelming.

    In the beginning, it was. People were struggling hard to adapt, but we set up meetings in the early morning and late afternoon, encouraging everyone to show up in video rather than simply audio. Morale was grim and we could see people clearly demotivated. I felt demotivated as well and couldn't believe I was faced with a challenge that felt so much bigger than me.

    I came to understand that more than ever, I would need to help and support others while caring for myself and my loved ones. I could help others cope with this situation, to listen, to show empathy and compassion and help others do the best with their own time, so they wouldn't feel like time has stopped for them.

    I started researching Youtube Channels (Tom Bilyeu has incredible interviews) and reading the many, many incredible posts in this forum. Looking for guidance and wisdom, in this new reality, I rewatched inspiring and entertaining movies like our beloved Patch Adams, Cast Away with Tom Hanks and even the Martian with Matt Damon. Telling the stories (even though the latter two are fiction), of how people can find the will to go on in face of unbelievable odds. Of how simple acts of kindness make a world of difference when we have little to hold on.

    After this time, I feel strangely stronger and more optimistic. Not because I improved, or became better or a better boss. Because I relied on my colleagues and on this forum for support, because I offered my ears and because I made the best with what I have. Because I told people to look up and remember that this is our chance to make the world a better place, even if it's to a small group of people around you. Each little action counts.

    Dear Diary, I hope people find ways to help others, and to stay connected to their dearest ones, and to show appreciation and gratitude to those around you. It has been working for me, and for that I am grateful.

    I hope this is helpful for you, we are together.

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    30 March 2020 in reply to WanderingAround

    Thanks wanderingAround for sharing your experience,

    Thanks for these words .

    Dear Diary, I hope people find ways to help others, and to stay connected to their dearest ones, and to show appreciation and gratitude to those around you. It has been working for me, and for that I am grateful.

    I found these thoughts so helpful.

    After this time, I feel strangely stronger and more optimistic. Not because I improved, or became better or a better boss. Because I relied on my colleagues and on this forum for support, because I offered my ears and because I made the best with what I have. Because I told people to look up and remember that this is our chance to make the world a better place, even if it's to a small group of people around you. Each little action counts.

    Thanks for reminding us how we can help each other.

    Thanks for sharing your ideas with us.

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    Hi everyone,

    I like this thread. It’s a release for me to let out my frustrations, because I’m feeling not very happy at the moment.

    highlights: I’m grateful to have a job with the way things are at the moment.

    fun things: ?

    frustrations: many

    things you can change: I’m afraid that the things I want to change, I can’t, so basically the same answer as last time.

    One thing that surprised me today: ?

    Thanks for reading.

    Kindness and care,

    Pepper

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    31 March 2020 in reply to Peppermintbach

    Hello everyone, you can write your diary in anyway that helps mine is a guideline.

    highlights:today I thought I would cry all day but I stopped in the afternoon

    Fun things. I like parody songs they are clever and make me laugh.

    frustrations: Having a to do list and never starting it.

    things I can change:rying not to get upset when family means well but treats me like a silly chjild!
    one thing that surprised me today: How quickly a love done went from screaming at me to apologising to me.

    How are you going? Do you want to share your day??

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    2 April 2020 in reply to quirkywords

    Dear diary

    till tired and resting a lot

    Highlights started writing morning papers, free writing jus after waking up

    frustration feel everyone has forgotten people affected by the fires

    fun laughed at parody songs

    things I can change pack for another move instead of worrying

    one thing that surprised me that not much surprises me anymore

    Tell me about your day the good and the bad?

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    Hi Quirky & all here,

    Highlights: grateful for my job & technology, so I can keep in touch with friends/family during physical/social distancing :)

    frustration: the usual...I miss family & friends, but I also understand that I can’t see them for a while. Helping to flatten the curve & all...

    fun: I have been reminded of my love of creative outlets. I’ve been drawing a lot more. I’ve also done a little painting.

    things I can change: I suppose that I can rearrange/redecorate my home to make it more pleasant (seeing as I’ll be home a lot more these days).

    one thing that surprised me: that being at home more is a great opportunity to nurture & hone my artistic skills. I’m still an extrovert at heart, but I’m adapting to being at home more these days (physical/social distancing)...

    Kindness and care,

    Pepper

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    3 April 2020 in reply to Peppermintbach

    Pepper,

    Thanks for your diary entry. I always like your insights .

    A bit has been written about how introverts must be liking the self isolation but I am art introvert maybe a bigger part introvert as I age and part extrovert.

    My introvert misses other people and hugs and my extrovert part likes having space and time to explore my creative side.

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  17. Gambit87
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    Hi Everyone! Great thread quirky!

    Highlights: Grateful to still have a job. I hate it, but im grateful.

    frustration: I booked this week off as annual leave for my partner and I could go away for a few days to spend time together. Had to cancel our trip and Ive been bummed about it! but Ive been thinking that it hasn't been cancelled, just postponed until this blows over.

    I've also been feeling a little all over the place from now being able to get out and about as I normally would, but its for the benefit of everyone and doing my part is the right thing to do.

    fun: baking! ive been doing alot of baking lately haha. My partner says im going to come out of this a few kilos heavier haha. I bake a pretty mean banana bread!

    things I can change: My mindset! I was talking to the owner of my favourite cafe today and we were talking about remaining positive.

    one thing that surprised me: Watching Bob ross on netflix is weirdly therapeutic haha

    Hope you are all well.

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    3 April 2020 in reply to Gambit87

    Hello everyone,

    gambit can I have a slice of your banana bread,

    I like the way. That you are dealing with disapoointment,. Postponed sounds better than cancelled.

    i know people and suffering and I have bad days. Tell me about Bob Ross .

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    Hi everyone

    Quirky: thank you for your encouraging words :)

    I think extroversion-introversion exists on a continuum e.g. someone who is mildly introverted would behave quite differently to someone who is extremely introverted.

    I think we can slide back & forth on the introversion-extroversion continuum. But I think we each tend to mostly hover around a particular “point” on it.

    But overall, I think it just comes down to where we get our energy source from. Introverts recharge by doing things on their own. Extroverts recharge by spending time with other people/outside stimulation.

    But that’s not to say all introverts want to be home 24/7 or all extroverts need to go out 24/7. For example, I’m a moderate extrovert, but I most definitely can’t be around people 24/7. Even we need time to be alone ;)

    A sliding continuum ;)

    Today...

    Highlights: I am grateful to have a job (sorry, that is a recurring theme for me).

    Frustrations: the usual frustrations.

    Fun: I’ll have to think about it. Art maybe? I found sound art supplies when I was cleaning last weekend.

    things I can change: I really don’t know.

    one thing that surprised me: I’m not surprised by much at the moment.

    Kindness and care,

    Pepper

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    honestly i feel the whole introvert-extrovert thing is. a little simplified a little stupid imo. everyone has a minimum amount of interaction they need and if they go below it they get really weird and they have a max amount of interaction and if they get too much they get really weird. i have sensory issues that affect nearly all parts of my life and make interacting hard but it's Not Healthy to lock yourself away and refuse to talk to anyone because "i'm an introvert!1!!1!". also maybe i'm being too crass but all those posts about how self isolation is so hard im an introvert and everyone is here how am i going to survive ;( are and i hate this word but i cant think of any synonyms, cringey to say the least

    highlights: got this term's english essay back where i had to write about how our reading reflects the key beliefs of a philosophy i was studying. a's on all the rubric and even if we can't get a number in online classes its a feelsgoodman

    frustrations: i'm struggling with my friends now. i feel like they're all out of control and i'm hurting people and we've finally shelved some long ugly drama away but it hurts. wish i could get people in general more wish i wasn't. whatever makes everyone ignore me because i'm so annoying and won't shut up i wish i wasn't that

    fun: my art teacher gave us a video to watch before we started the lesson. it was a cover of numb by linkin park with tuvan throat singing. the chorus hit me like a truck and i want every emo song to have a tuvan throat singing cover now

    things i can change: change the way how you look at things. stop being so aggressive to tear down. also another thing i need to change is remembering to eat because i'll usually remember at four huh i haven't had anything to eat haven't i. i need to drink more water too im Thorsty all the time

    something that surprised me: one of the kids was holding a plush in his webcam and i realised he had the exact same one i had. its a pokemon plushie with the exact same manufacturer and model and everything. i got mine for my birthday in january and i've been sleeping w it ever since and i think that says a lot about me

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    6 April 2020 in reply to eight

    Dear diary

    Highlights this is hard as I reflect on the past few days .I am able to walk outside and admire lovely trees.

    Frustrations: Now I have time to do things I lack energy and motivation

    Fun I laughed at a parody of the model of a modern major general from the Pirates of Penzance

    One thing I can change I can be more patient and listen more and not get angry without thinking

    Something that surprised me I am so surprised that I lose track of time now I no longer have any structure or routine.

    Eight and Pper thanks for sharing your days with us. I learn ideas form reading other posts.

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    Hi Everyone!

    I hope you all are doing ok

    Highlights - My morning coffee and my lunch run haha

    Frustrations: Feeling like I have to be productive since im no longer getting out and about. I need to remember that its ok to sit down to watch a movie etc. I'm also missing my weekly poker games and my TKD classes

    Fun - watching brooklyn 99 with my partner

    One thing I can change - Being more open minded about working from home.

    Something that surprised me - I wasnt really surprised today.

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    7 April 2020 in reply to quirkywords

    Dear Diary,

    Highlights: grateful for my job & technology, so I can keep in touch with friends/family during physical/social distancing

    frustration: Really missing my partner, and just going shopping! Just love browsing around at the shops, and REALLY MISS the cuddles and affection of my partner. We don't live together so even if we do see each other we are still supposed to maintain the social distance thing ..... and that bit sucks. We live 100 kms apart, so I don't want to drive all the way there, or have him come here but then have to stand 2 metres apart form each other. That just seems cruel.

    Fun: I have been reminded of my love of creative outlets. I’ve made up a little booklet of a collection of spoonerisms. I’ve also done a little painting.

    Things I can change: I can chew on gum instead of eating 'comfort food'. I also have fruit to snack on, instead of binging on icecream and cake and chocolate and fried food, like I did years ago, and was 24 kilos heavier that what I am now.

    One thing that surprised me: that attending online support groups is actually really okay because I can be in my PJ pants and moccasins and nobody knows cos they only see my head and shoulders!!!! .... well, except that now you lot know about my PJ pants ... but anyway, surprisingly, I don't care!

    Anyway, that's me. Take care everyone. And remember: This Too Shall Pass. Remember to have H.O.P.E. because that stands for Hold On Pain Ends!

    (((hugs))) from a safe distance! xo

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    7 April 2020 in reply to Soberlicious96

    Soberlicious thanks for your diary entry. I admire that yo can avoid comfort foods. I try but my TimTam intake has been increasing as well as my fruit intake and my food intake generally.

    I have trouble doining online group things that ino;ve people seeing me!!

    Gambit thanks for your diary entry.

    relate to that What have you done today, and I haven't written a book or rearranged my hoiuse people want to know what I have done.

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    7 April 2020 in reply to quirkywords

    Hello Everyone,

    Today...

    Highlights: My sister rang to say she loved the surprise gift I had delivered directly to her.

    Frustrations: my lack of motivation

    Fun: I made my regular phone call to a very elderly relative & had a lovely chat with quite a few chuckles.

    One thing that surprised me: I needed scripts written & rang the Dr's.... I was put straight through to the Dr.... he did the scripts while I was on the phone.... I can pick them up when they open tomorrow. No Fuss! No difficulties!

    Paws

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    Hi Quirky & all the lovely people here,

    Quirky & Eight: Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts. It’s good to read your comments :)

    Today:

    Highlights: I’m grateful for my friends that I keep in touch with via FaceTime :)

    It allows up to 32 participants at any one time, which is very handy for FaceTime celebrations, parties, dinners, group chats, etc :)

    Frustrations: some of my family members who don’t seem to understand the seriousness of the situation, especially when they are in high risk groups for covid-19.

    Fun: FaceTime conversations

    Things that I can change: still not sure...

    One thing that surprised me: the emotional roller coaster related to covid-19. I feel up, down, everywhere...

    But I suppose, as this situation is unprecedented, it makes sense that my emotions are also a little unpredictable too...and that’s okay...I accept the emotional ride as best I can...

    kindness and care,

    Pepper

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    9 April 2020 in reply to Paw Prints

    paw and pepper thanks for your entries.

    highlight I managed to post a birthday card on time..

    frustrations. I did zoom for frist time on phone and it was difficult to hear and follow. I felt old.

    fun I watched a funny clip abot how people send self isolation

    things I can change. this is a work in progress as I try to turn my negative thought into positive ones.

    One thing that surprised me. I find I have no sense of time.

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    Hi Quirky & all:

    Sorry, I’m in a bad mood today, but I appreciate this space to unload a little...

    highlights: I’m grateful to have a job

    frustrations: being stuck at home. Yes, I’m definitely following social distancing & I understand it’s importance (believe me I do- my work helps immunosuppressed clients). But that doesn’t mean I find it pleasant. A friend is also sick.

    fun: ?

    things I can change: I can’t change what I want to change

    One thing that surprised me: little surprises me much at the moment.

    Thanks for reading and letting me vent.

    Kindness and care,

    Pepper

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    11 April 2020 in reply to Peppermintbach

    Pepper, I thought your diary entry was honest and did not show you in a bad mood.

    These are difficult times.

    Highlights I cooked a cultural recipe that I had not for ages.

    Frustration I seem so tired and don't know why

    Fun thinking of indoor olympics we can make up

    things I can change I am running out of things I feel are in my control as most important things are beyond my control

    one thing that surprised me: how bad times bring out the best and worst in everyone.

    What has your day been like?

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    Hi Quirky & all,

    Quirky: thanks so much for the encouraging words. I appreciate your validation & support very much :)

    I hope the dish turned out well, & I agree about how difficult times brings out such a huge range of behaviours & reactions from people. As you said, it brings out the best & worst in people.

    Highlights: My FaceTime chats this weekend. It was so nice to catch up :) I also enjoyed making art & yoga.

    Frustrations: the usual (laughs)...feeling the cabin fever/stir crazy feeling. But yes, I know we need to stay home as much as we can, & yes, I am following that advice.

    Fun: It was really good to be able to see friends & family’s faces through FaceTime. I’m not much for phone calls because of the lack of visual cues, but I love video based chatting :)

    Things I can change: I’m trying to practice patience (it’s hard!) during the pandemic. Also, I’m learning stillness...I find yoga helps with that.

    One thing that surprised me: ?

    Thanks for reading :)

    Pepper

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