There is one part of lockdown that I can truly say I’ll miss, when all this is over.
And that is – sleeping in.
Every single day.
In ‘real life’ my alarm goes off just after 6am, so I have time to get ready, prep food for work and get the 50 minute commute in so I’m at my office for 8am. Now? Well, my alarm goes off at 7:15am, I get out of bed at 7:45am and I’m at my dining table turned desk at 8am.
I’m seriously loving it. But I can definitely feel my natural body-clock becoming later and later.
Continue reading “The Self-Isolation Diaries #10: Will I ever get back into a better sleeping routine?”
Since being in self-isolation – starting from the day we landed home from our honeymoon almost 3 weeks ago – my motivation has come in varying waves.
I don’t know if what I’m seeing is the norm, but my social media is full of people fitting into either one of two categories: Category A) Instagram lives every day, constant pics of their yoga session/HIIT session/weights session or Category B) people who are embracing the messy bun, constant PJs and biscuit tin.
Continue reading “The Self-Isolation Diaries #6: Peaks & troughs of motivation”