I have just wrote up my #lockdownsilverlinings and the post is up on the blog (link in bio).
Perhaps, a clear conclusion can be drawn here, regarding how the world handled and mishandled the virus at the same time: interventions are more effective if they take place during moments of change. So think about #climatechange change in a different light. And that’s what we should take away from all of this.
We are into our fourth week of lockdown here in the UK. The children have been out of school for all that time. I was tagged by a blogger friend Carly of Mom of Two Little Girls, to share my COVID-19 Lockdown silver linings.
What I’m not going to bore you in this post are the difficulties and the worries – we all have our owns, it’s good to know that we are not alone, but for me reading all the bad news makes me depressed.
I’ve been consciously pinning down the positives and mentally list the things that I’m grateful for on a daily basis. There are still plenty of those, I feel very lucky and grateful for me and my family being healthy and safe.
My silver linings are however will be related to my passion: preserving the our planet for the future generations of all living creatures. So, I’m going to list all the positive news I came across lately, the positive “side effects” of the Corona virus. “Nature is sending us a message with the coronavirus pandemic and the ongoing climate crisis”, according to the UN’s environment chief, Inger Andersen.
But what are your silver linings?
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