to March last year and Jeez, what a difference a year makes! I honestly didn’t realise until the last couple of weeks how much that I really took for granted. When I stopped to think how many different people it took to make up my daily routine, I honestly couldn’t count, it was so many. As I’m sure everyone is doing, the one thing I’m taking away from this unprecedented pandemic is that I will NEVER take even the smallest thing for granted ever again.
The one thing that I find moving throughout this strange time, is that every single human’s life in this world has been affected in some way. Some more than others. My other half and most of my family members have either lost their jobs or been put on furlough, but I’ve been blessed to be able to continue to teach my students all be it from a distance!
The positives that I see from all of this is firstly, there has never been such a feeling of community spirit and tonight, it was so moving to #clapforourcarers
👏🏼! Secondly, so many people are finally turning to running and keeping active, thanks for our daily exercise tokens from the government! Finally, we all have TIME. Time to appreciate everything we had and will have!
Through these challenging times, find all of those little things to be grateful for and when this is over, let’s hold our friends and family as if our lives defend on it!
Stay safe lovely people 💜.
#survive #staypostive #gratefuleveryday #exerciseathome