13 things I am learning from the total lockdown
I've been staying at home for most of the time in the past couple of weeks. Since the all of Italy lockdown, we can only go out for grocery, pharmacy and other essentials. That’s severe, we can get a fine if police check on us and we fail to prove a good justification.
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- Got more time to paint, study and research
- Enjoying the silence from my deserted avenue
- More family time (nice!) and more fight (crap!)
- Reconsider lifestyle, what if I keep it this simple?
- Confrontation with the fridge. Who's gonna win?
- Realize how many products I can perfectly live without
- For the reason above, I am sorry for the people losing their job
- I wonder why we’re so surprised, as many disasters have happened before
- Virus don't need a passport, a new meaning for globalization
- It’s a leadership test, governments turn out their real nature
- Lucky we can still be connected (another meaning for globalization)
- I lost a lot of business (class) but I am spending virtually nothing (see 6.)
- Lucky we don’t need to fight for toilet paper. Got bidets!
Hope some of these points can inspire you, help take care of your safety and make you smile!
Cheers — Francesco
PS. Today is St Patrick day. Let's celebrate and pray together to get rid of fears. Good news is today the CV19 cases in Italy have decreased for the first time. One more good news is this a good time to buy. Prices are going down for many a product. As an artist forced to close his studio to classes a month ago, I want however be part of the solution. Please click here if interested in my Italian Diary Surprise deal!