What changes have you done during pandemic?

By Arya
@yoalldudes (35039)
Philippines
March 31, 2021 4:29pm CST
I know most of us have to delay our travel plans. I noticed I stock up on essentials but still go to the wet market for perishable fresh food. I also ordered for delivery more. Apart from wearing mask and face shield, what have you been doing during pandemic. I also started reading in beaches just to take care of my mental health by doing something pleasant.
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• United States
2 Apr 21
Nothing in my life has changed since the pandemic. I don't even wear a mask. Haven't wore one from day one. I conduct my everyday life just as I did before. I put my trust in God not masks. I have enough trust in my creator to not live my life in fear.
• United States
3 Apr 21
@yoalldudes No, back in the beginning a mask mandate was in place but if I went somewhere and it required a mask I didn't go. It is pretty much open here.
@yoalldudes (35039)
• Philippines
2 Apr 21
Aren't the police going to arrest you for it. That is the case in our place.
@toniganzon (72279)
• Philippines
1 Apr 21
Collecting more and more plants.
@toniganzon (72279)
• Philippines
1 Apr 21
@yoalldudes Ornamentals. Yes.
@yoalldudes (35039)
• Philippines
1 Apr 21
Oh they are so enjoyable right. Ive seen a lot here who are collecting plants. I assumed they are decorative. I also see some vegetable gardens. I wish I have a green thumb.
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@snowy22315 (174342)
• United States
31 Mar 21
I have started walking and do 2 miles every couple of days. I would like to increase it. It has benefitted my health and wellbeing.
@yoalldudes (35039)
• Philippines
31 Mar 21
That is great. Good foryou.
@kaylachan (62381)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
31 Mar 21
Nothing about my life has changed. I don't even wear masks. I would rather take my chances with the virus, and if someone is THAT concerned about getting sick or bringing it home to their loved ones, THEY can stay home. They can alter their lives. Me, I'll keep living.
@kaylachan (62381)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
1 Apr 21
@yoalldudes You can, yes. However, I'm not one of those people who has to resort to that sort of thing. It might seem simple, it might appear that you're cutting down on the number of people you come in contact with, and in a way it's true. However, if you understood the process of Farm to table, you'd understand that the number of people you're having limited contact with is only a small fraction. When you shop (or have someone else do the shopping for you) you're still coming into indirect contact with hunderads if not thousands of people. From the farmers or factory workers who prepare the food for stores, to those who stock the shelves. Not to mention those who still go to the store, pick up food and decide not to buy it. Delivery, while an option, is not something I would desire. I perfer to chose my food. Furthermore it's an expence I cannot afford. Delivery would be considered a luxary.
@yoalldudes (35039)
• Philippines
1 Apr 21
I beleive you can have deliveries for groceries right? Different people have responded diffferently and in various ways during the pandemic.
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@Lucky15 (37377)
• Philippines
31 Mar 21
i focus more on, getting healthy. and i have become more independent
@Lucky15 (37377)
• Philippines
31 Mar 21
@yoalldudes mangoes
@yoalldudes (35039)
• Philippines
31 Mar 21
that is good. I am also trying to get more vitamin C. I hope to buy indian mangoes today.
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@CarolDM (203445)
• Nashville, Tennessee
31 Mar 21
Glad you have a peaceful place you can read. Nothing different here.
@yoalldudes (35039)
• Philippines
31 Mar 21
Yes it is nice. I dont do it as often as I would wish though.
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@allen0187 (58586)
• Philippines
1 Apr 21
Just trying out more new things.
@lady1993 (27225)
• Philippines
1 Apr 21
yeah, we do more deliveries now. I usually just buy when there is a voucher though
@ARIES1973 (11426)
• Legaspi, Philippines
1 Apr 21
One of the best things that happened during pandemic is that I was able to learn how to drive. Of course I miss going to other places but I believe we can do it on the right time. Focusing on our health is also a good thing to consider.
@Deepizzaguy (97762)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
31 Mar 21
Saving my money to eat and drink healthier foods.