I’ve officially been in quarantine for six weeks, meaning I have spent one full month at home. April was about experimenting, making connections, and trying new things. I was just thinking of some things I learned during quarantine

  1. It’s easier to meet people when you can’t go anywhere rather than when you can go places. Hello to all my new friends! 🙂 
  2. If you set a goal and have people to hold you accountable for them, you will meet your goal, even if it seemed impossible at first
  3. Your instinct can prevent a disaster from happening
  4. I have a newfound passion for helping people connect with their inner child
  5. I can motivate people to get out of their comfort zones
  6. Information that may seem important to you may not mean anything to another person and vice versa – always be clear as to why you’re making a statement or requesting something
  7. Making people think “yes!” at the beginning of anything will allow for a more positive outcome
  8. So many people understand what it truly means to give from the heart. So many people do not
  9. Uncertainty is always certain; certainty is not always certain
  10. Mailing something from Canada to a country in Europe that is not part of the EU takes a really long time right now 

What have you learned during quarantine? Let me know in the comments!

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