Hallo Hallo! Back again and I’m going to try to document my 3rd lockdown in Sydney as interesting as I can since I kind of miss doing it everyday when I used to travel.
I woke up in the morning, thanks to my body clock, and checked my phone as usual. I got 87% sleep quality thanks to my sleep tracking app. If it was a school day, I would be doing some light stretches on the bed, but instead, I went straight onto Netflix to watch Nevertheless – a new kdrama that is quite sensual but also reflective of the early dating stages a lot of us would’ve experienced.
I spent like an hour or so watching ep 2, and now I’m trying to patiently wait for the new ep next week. I can’t believe they are only releasing one ep a week! What sorcery is this?!
But that is my morning routine I guess, for the next two weeks.
Completely different to what I’ve envisioned myself doing as I planned to wake up early and go for a jog around the beach before coming back for brunch. Guess it’s not happening because I know my excuse will be that it’s too damn cold outside.
But I did go out later…to the beach haha.
I guess the perks of lockdown is that I’m not confined at home 24/7. I’m still allowed to go out to exercise and for any essential services including grocery shopping. The government explained this clearly to us with visuals yet there’s still panic buying everywhere 🤦♀️
I’m so glad I got my one pack of toilet paper the morning of the lockdown announcement because I ran out. I didn’t hoard and I won’t hoard. Toilet paper won’t save you from covid. It’s common sense.
The waves are quite soothing today and watching people surf is making me want to do it too. Should I kayak or surf? It can be an isolating exercise too so it’s one of those perfect lockdown pick-me-up.