My favorite in Amsterdam!
See the route on my Google Maps
I try different dry white wine and mushrooms. porcini might not easy to be found but magic happens when I use it
I pay more attention to work-life balance. People around me are more used to the idea of working from home.
I order more takeaways for coffees or small stuff to support local stores in my neighborhood.
The speed of how people cope with COVID 19 and adapt to the 1,5-meter society is impressive.
Here’s the schedule↓
9:00 get up
have some toast and a cup of coffee
10:30 find a book to read
(It suddenly occurred to me that I haven’t read for such a long time. It’s a good chance to input something.)
13:30 afternoon tea time
(a cup of black tea, sometimes homemade milk tea with homemade tapiocas. I can’t live without tapiocas!!)
14:30 continue reading or do some research
17:30 diner time/watching news and all kinds of videos
20:30 do some stretch and practice locking
(Well, I am a part-time dancer so it’s really important to keep physical strength.)
24:30 go to sleep
And also, I started my French-learning again like...maybe the 49th time.
I didn’t become a creative chef or a pâtissière, but I feel quite satisfied.
Can’t hangout doesn’t mean you can do nothing. It’s a very good chance to do something that you don’t have time for but always wanted to do.
Don’t eat to much
Don’t go on a diet
Don’t sleep all day long
Do some sports
Keep contact with your friends
Talk to your family
And find your own lifestyle!