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How's Your Lockdown?

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Posted 11 April 2020 - 06:47 AM

How is lockdown due to COVID-19 in your part of the world?

Here in the UK, at the time of writing, we're allowed out of the house to shop for essentials and to exercise locally once per day. It's not too bad, honestly. I'm lucky in that I can work from home, my wife has been furloughed, and so I'm actually enjoying spending more time with my familty.

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Posted 04 May 2020 - 05:27 AM

I think it's a little different here since every state is handling things a little differently.
For me, I was only off work for two weeks, so in a sense, it hasn't been a huge change.
However, even though everyone is able to go in to work at my workplace (except office people who can work from home), we don't have as much work to do since Tesla is still closed. So we have a lot of busy work, which is very physical and kind of hard labor. I'm not enjoying it (it's killing my back).
I'd like my regular job back. *whine*
I'm also currently living with friends (since March 31) and although it was very kind of them to take me in since I needed to get out of where I was staying previously, they have four kids (two 9 year olds, a 13 year old and a 17 year old) and sharing a house with 6 other people and no personal space while everyone is on lockdown and home all the time is a bit much. Frankly it's a blessing I can get out of the house to go to work, even if it isn't the work that I enjoy.
Currently on the hunt for a duplex and about to move into said duplex with my boyfriend, at which time, things will hopefully be feeling a bit better.

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