The New Normal

May 27, 2020 in
The World is Changing Indeed.
    How are you? I hope you y'all fine. This pandemic changes a lot. I can't imagine starting this day everything will be different the gestures and communication it's not the same as before. My hometown is under General Community Quarantine which means other private sectors they started to operate except tourism and unfortunately I'm working on Hotel Management so my work schedule is under  skeptical situation. but last Monday I'm back to work 3 times a week for the meantime and as I've mentioned everything will be change because of the pandemic. We don't know until when but right now we are under what we called The New Normal.

   If your plans are canceled due to the pandemic this is not the end. so, if you are one of my reader you know what it means. My plans this year are canceled including my first out of the country trip.I'm not losing hope so going back to the drawing board. I refuse to accept the fact that this pandemic Your dreams are over. Well as you can see on my beautiful planner I continue to set up my plans even though my day is skeptical. I'll make a big emoji wearing a face mask because you are not allowed to go outside if you don't have a face mask. I have a weekly task and Goals. This month is awesome so set your goals until you made it Aja!

 Practice Social Distancing
 
   Social distancing is a big impact and very important nowadays. This is the new normal. Before you give a hug and handshake to the person as a part of appreciation. But now the new normal it will be different. You need to do the distance expect for your family of course that's exceptional! What I mean is taking an amount of distance to the person for our safety. Okay to those people who don't know  about social distancing I'll tell you more.

   Social distancing also called “Physical distancing,” means keeping space between yourself and other people outside of your home. To practice social or physical distancing. Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms’ length) from other people, Do not gather in groups, Stay out of crowded places and avoid mass gatherings like going concerts, parties, etc. That's what we called social distancing. I told you this is the new normal.

    If you are bored and feel nothing please help yourself to motivate. We all know this is not easy for all of us but we need to keep going. The situation can control you but the time is still ticking. Which means it's upon you if you don't help yourself. Start practicing self-care. Do workout house chores or pampering yourself even though you stay home. Always make your self motivate that's how it works so start planning and motivate yourself.

Back to Working Duty

 So I'm back to work with wearing a face mask, that's the new protocol. After almost two months I'm back in the office. I have a little bit of adjustment after the force vacation. I'm a little bit sleepy because I have only 3 hours of sleep for the reason of working a lot on my blog. so, maybe If our management starting the operation I have a little more time to work but still doing some engagement for my blog.



 Still Hoping for the Best

     I believe that this crisis will be end soon. The new normal is fine as long as you are safe. It's okay to no events, gigs, travel for the meantime while the vaccine is on the process. If you don't have work please better stay at home than going outside for nothing and it makes you in danger. I decided to go to work even though it's the part-time because I need to go work to pay my bills. As an ordinary citizen like me work is essential to buy our needs and paying bills so I hope you understand why I decided to go work even though it's not safe. That's why the new normal is invented because most of the people need to work to sustain their needs. Keep safe muffins that's all for today. Take care guys!

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  1. I've totally agree with you on this, the world changes a lot on this pandemic that spreading on the entire world. We must not lose hope and just continue life with cautious.

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  2. Hoping the new normal doesn't last for too, too much longer, but I'm thinking this is it until we get a vaccine. Stay strong!

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  3. Hoping that vaccine will discover soon. For us to get back on our normal lives.but still we must follow the government first.

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  4. I think for many of us, not everyone, the pandemic is forcing us to reevaluate our lifestyles and goals. For me, that's a good thing.

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  5. Well darling no mattter how hard the situation is life goes on and on. And we should never give up hope.

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  6. A lot has changed over the last few months hasn't it. It takes a lot of energy to adapt when there's lots of change, as well as dealing with the uncertainty that we're all living through at the moment, I know I've found it exhausting. I hope you're settling into your new routine ok and stay safe xx

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  7. I have definitely been reevaluating the way I live my life in this new normal. It's hard but good too.

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  8. I couldn't have said it better myself. With hope, we can continue to fight this pandemic. I love your journal it's so cute!

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  9. your journal looks so cute and amazing...it was awesome and much inspiring in this hard time, hope very soon the vaccine or treatment will be available around the globe. (World in Eyes)

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  10. The new normal is pretty tough. I am worried that there will be so much more fallout from emotional and even other physical things that are caused by the world being shut down. This is such a difficult time for many more reasons than Covid-19.

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  11. as well as dealing with the uncertainty that we're all living through at the moment, I know I've found it exhausting. I am from India and India is under the lockdown due to COVID 19 from last two month and we are learn how to adjust our daily routine with this stuff, stay home stay strong.

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  12. It's such a weird time with this pandemic going on... We all have to adjust. Let's make the best of it!

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  13. My husband will also be going back to work soon. It's scary but necessary. I pray for all of us, that we will all be kept safe.

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  14. I have been working lately on my self awareness and trying to stay relaxed by working out and meditating daily, I love it.

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  15. It is very difficult to accept it as the new normal. I somehow feel it will take some more time, may be a couple of years to come to terms with it. We are humans and we tend to go towards our old state :D

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  16. Yes, everything is gradually going back to normal, however, we do hope for the better. Wishing you good luck in work.

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  17. I love your enthusiasm. Your positive energy and good words make me feel better about the situation. I focus more on the silver linings, that's why I appreciate your post. .

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  18. I hope this isn't our new normal forever but you have a great attitude!

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  19. The new normal is so hard and I am still adjusting to it. I am grateful that I am able to help others, but the stress level is unbearable.

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  20. In Las Vegas, things are starting to normalize. Next week,casinos will be opening!

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  21. I'm so thankful we are starting to relax the restrictions in my state. My family has had to cancel a few trips and fun things, especially the end of school for my boys which is this week. They haven't been in school since March. I did just book a flight to visit my family in a few weeks and I can't wait!

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  22. We need to remember to breathe and do the little things that bring the most joy as we are adapting to the new normal.

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  23. I'm hoping the new normal isn't forever. I have travel plans in August and I'm hoping I don't have to cancel them. Stay healthy and safe!

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  24. The new normal is totally fine during these times. It is really up to the discipline and proper behaviour of people for them to be safe.

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  25. Love your positive outlook! Yes, don't give up on that out of country trip! It's just around the corner and may be better than you expected!��

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  26. Be safe out there. Planning is the best way to get to the right direction. I am sure you will be safe when you go out.

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  27. Our country is back to normal. Everything is working, kids are back to school, the summer season starts on June 1th, we already have tourists. So hang in there.

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  28. I think is important to stay safe and healthy for the moment before we really get back to normal.

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  29. Things are just starting to reopen here. My workplace isn't in this phase of reopening and so I'm still home. I may return to my clients in a week or two depending on how things progress. New normal indeed!

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  30. Sa inyo, GCQ na. here in Cebu, starting on June 1, it's still MECQ. Our mayor is trying to appeal to IATF to downgrade it to GCQ. We'll see what will happen. Working from home has been my new normal. and I think I love this system. Yun lang, I really want to go out already and eat a lot of delicious foods. haha. Keep safe!

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  31. I really hope the new normal won't last long, and I agree with everything you said! Stay safe out there and remember things will be better soon!

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  32. For me, social distancing is not new because I enjoy being by myself: spending time, traveling, and etc. I actually want to go on a solo sojurn soon into the woods.

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  33. I can't wait to start working properly again. With my main work in the tourism sector, everything is at the ground now. Even if I still work, as I have my own business, the motivation is not the same when there is no income.

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  34. Planning and journaling are such powerful ways to stay focused. Both activities support our goals and visualization what we'd want to see in real life.

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  35. Your journal looks quite cute and amazing...and keeping it is the best way to keep certain moments secured..YOur ideas are really awesome...(World in Eyes)

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  36. I dont know how i can accept or adjust to the new normal but we will all have to. Stay safe :)

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  37. The New normal is such strange times. You keep that mask on and I hope that you stay safe at work xx

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  38. I love that you use such a cute planner. Yes, we will make it through and planning helps.

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  39. This pandemic really brought a lot of changes not only to the community but also to the mental health of the individuals. I love that everyone is working hand in hand to survive in this new norm.

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  40. I don't know how soon we can recover from this. But surely, we will be able to adjust.

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  41. I have so many feelings about all of this. I appreciate we want to keep people as safe as possible. But I'm not sure people will want to go on like this for too much longer. We shall see what happens as things open up soon. And what people will do. Also we shall see what happens in the fall with everything. I will be curious. I'm going back to work soon.

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  42. The new normal is so abnormal hahaha. I can't see the logic of locking us for more than 2mos and then unlock when there are higher number of cases, duh

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  43. It definitely a new normal. My job will be remote until at least June and even then, there will be major changes.

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  44. It has been a difficult few months for everyone. Unfortunately, I think the new normal is here to stay for quite some time!!

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  45. I only hope that all this ends to be able to resume our lives again, but being witnesses of something that has left a great mark on us

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  46. Your journal looks quite cute and amazing. Your ideas are super awesome!

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