Ventured outside for the first time in a week today. It’s a really strange atmosphere, hitting me that people seem to be finally taking the virus seriously. I’m fed up of being on my own though, some in person human company is needed.
One perk of this whole lockdown situation: I’m finally sorting some of the stuff I’ve wanted to sort for the last 6 months 😂
I keep finding myself looking at the refurbished 2018 iPad Pro on Apple’s website. The price drop makes it incredibly tempting, as does the new mouse/trackpad support. I can see it becoming way more valuable now, especially for the Affinity apps…
From my trip to Rome at the end of November, when we could walk freely around a beautiful city.
Took this a few weeks ago when I was walking home one evening. It was peaceful then. Now when you go out at night it feels eery, but there is a kind of beauty to the emptiness.
You’d think having worked from home for 7 years I’d be used to it, but today has really dragged. I could really do with a walk, but trying not to leave the house and to isolate after some colleagues from work have shown symptoms of The Virus.
I’ve just seen pictures of what the London Underground was like this morning. What do these people not understand about stay at home!
Message from the Prime Minister that essentially puts the UK in lockdown for the next three weeks.
Ventured outside for a walk late this afternoon to try and alleviate the cabin fever. Everything was a lot quieter than normal, there is an eery feeling around the streets but I still saw pockets of young people gathered together. Not as bad as London appears to be, but still baffling.
Spent the whole day indoors today, in a kind of self-isolation. Noticed yesterday I was coughing a bit so made a precautionary decision to stay home alone. Started to take my inhaler yesterday and it seems to be working, coughed a lot less today so probably not the dreaded virus.