It’s the last day of March and it doesn’t feel real. From since last week, while not working in either jobs, I have been forgetting what day it is. Thank goodness my phone works to tell me the day. I know I forget, but my goodness, forgetting what day it was practically every day, from first day I wasn’t working. It felt a little extreme for me forgetting so badly at this level. But I bet I am not alone.
Well… from today, things change a little for me. I will be working from today in my evening job, after they asked me if I was fine with this. Although it won’t be be in the evening I am working, as my shift will start in the afternoon, for four hours. I am glad while things are as they are currently, that I am in earlier. So as I will be doing this, means I will get my walk in while I am at it. I never went out for a walk otherwise, than when it was to the shop twice a week for groceries.
Since the lockdown where we could only go for essentials, health reasons, work if it absolutely could not be done at home and just for exercise while observing social distance, I have anxiety on the idea of going out and when I am out walking. This anxiety being the cause of how other may behave in a negative way, rather than the virus. So I hope by going to work Monday to Friday again, that my anxiety will go.
As I was writing this post, I received a text from my counsellor. She wanted to check up on me and see I was doing ok in this awful time we are all at, at the moment. So a few text chats back and forth have been happening this morning.
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