Things are different. Life is weird. Everything’s changed. But some things have changed for the better. Since I haven’t been going out like I used to on account of the quarantine, I’ve noticed a number of positive benefits: I’m no longer eating out. I’m cooking more. I’ve started playing my musical instruments again. I’m spending less money going out. I’m drinking less. I’m exercising more. … Continue reading Day 18: How has quarantine affected your life positively?
I’m ashamed to say before the quarantine I was eating out for almost every meal. I would run through a drive through or eat at a restaurant two or three times a day. It’s hard not to when I’ve got no kids to feed and I can spend my money however I want, but it definitely was taking a toll on my checking account. The … Continue reading Day 11: Silver Lining: I’m finally cooking more.
This will be a short post on account of me stuffing my face and not having enough time to write. I dig me some snacks and despite people hoarding food and emptying shelves, I’m still able to find all my favorite things. I’m a sucker for chips and salty snacks, not a big fan of sweets. If I was smart, I would use this quarantine … Continue reading Day 3: Boredom + Anxiety = Stress Eating
The plumbing is finally done! Well, mostly done. I still need to install a drain, but I have running water, at least. After a lengthy break from working on the bus due to a valve gauge connector that had to be replaced, I’m finally back on track. The plumbing was the last big hurdle. And this is the set up I’ve got: The Sink I … Continue reading Living in a Bus Step 8: The Bathroom: toilet, shower, and water