At the start of lockdown in the UK I decided to share a positive picture of what I was experiencing each day. It has turned into a great record of pandemic life. This is a look back over the first 100 days.
Over a 100 pandemic journal prompts to use a starting point for your writing or memory capture. Each day pick a prompt that appeals to you and don’t worry about about starting at the top and working down the list.
How did you find April? I can’t believe we’re now in May. We’ve been able to focus on settling into the new way of life, that was all a rush in March. We’re developing our family routine.
You may be sick of hearing that we’re living in unprecedented times, but also starting to think about keeping a pandemic journal as you realise how different your life is becoming. There are lots of reasons to keep a journal, particularly now, whether it is to help with your mental health or to keep a record for your children. And no it is not too late to start. It is only too late if you Continue Reading …