by Jan Lampen
On the first day of lockdown, I decided to keep a journal. This is what I wrote on Friday morning the 27th of March 2020:
“So this is it. 21 days of enforced isolation, an opportunity to ”grow”, self-develop, reconnect; find your “core”, as they say. Me? I’ll probably be staring into the abyss and dance with dragons. After 21 days, I am either going to be a better person or a total nutcase. Either way, I am willing to give it a bash.”
Those initial 21 days of lockdown have now extended to 60 days (and counting). So far, this is what I have learnt from keeping a journal:
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