Being forced to spend time with yourself in isolation or with those very few people close to you has delivered an unanticipated benefit – liking to spend time with yourself.
Pre-lockdown life was demanding and often the most important things took a backseat to whatever was next up – in digital life, never-ending work situations or the challenges of life in a distracted world.
Now that the lockdown seems to be ending, some lessons learned:
- Mister Rogers was right all along to say he likes you just the way you are – after the past few months so many people are agreeing.
- Best relations come from the quality of time invested not from the number of hours as lockdown forced us to automatically adjust both.
- Less is still more as the inability to buy love with money turned out to be a blessing – the gift is not cash rewards but time spent living with ourselves and others.
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