My friend Corey tweeted about not having hobbies.
This year, the lines between my hobbies, my passions, and my work became very blurred.
When 90% of your time is spent inside your home, it’s only natural that your work, your hobbies, and your leisure time start to blend together.
Luckily for me, my work feels a lot like play. I’m fortunate in that regard.
However, I think it’s important for all of us to be mindful about how we are protecting our sanity and our bodies. We have to keep our humanity and our individuality.
I’m trying my best to be mindful of it.
I’m still reading every day. I’m still going for my walks every day. I try to mix up my podcasts with history and science so that it’s not all marketing and business content flooding my brain.
I’m mixing up my workouts to continue to have fun. I’m writing in my blog every morning with no expectation of results.
I’m calling my friends. I’m calling my family. I’m doing my best.