since we all are in quarantine i decided to make a list of all the things you can do at home to kill time.
I am so sick and gosh dang tired of people criticizing Joe Biden for liking the way people smell. I mean, don't we spray ourselves with colognes, perfumes, body sprays and all sorts of other stuff in order to smell good? Don't we wear deodorant and shower? I thought people were trying to smell good, but I guess we want to smell good but not be smelled? Or maybe that's just when Joe Biden does the smelling?
Your first moments of your day are just that — solely yours. Yours to reflect, to relax, to prepare. The importance of a constant routine, whether it be a weekday or weekend, at home or travelling, cannot be understated. No matter what you face after that, should it be an impossible day at work or the darkest problems at home, the sun will rise again and your routine will be there, just for you.
Depending on where you are located, there is a good chance that you have been told to stay at home in an attempt at preventing the COVID-19 virus from spreading further. While this is something of an inconvenience, it is something that we must all do our best to get through in the hope of preventing others from catching it.
“The British and the Americans are two great peoples divided by a common tongue,” said George Bernard Shaw, maybe. But whether or not he said it, it’s definitely right. We use a lot of the same words — but that doesn’t equate to their meaning the same thing. With a little help from Lynne Murphy’s excellent blog to jog my brain as to differences I’ve noticed as a Brit in the US, here are some phrases to pay attention to when you’re speaking to somebody from the other side of the Pond.
2020. The start of a decade. We all believed that this would be a fresh start, a time for new aspirations to blossom and to manifest all our everlasting dreams.
1/ Get jobs done around the house that have been put off or havent had time to do.....
With many countries in lockdown, or about to be in lockdown. The Economy is suffering.
Hey everyone, I know that we're in a super weird time where we've been told to "stay home if we can," "work from home" and generally speaking, "avoid people."