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avril 20, 2020

How to find positivism?

  • avril 20, 2020
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In times like this, it can’t be hard, really hard. We can be lucky, healthy and strong but still having some down days. The cure is not to say “some are in worst situation than me” because we can’t find happiness in other’s sadness. We are all dealing with what happening right now in our own way and we can’t be judge on that. Yes, I saw people judging one another as we can’t all process things the same way, and it’s not a competition of who’s got it worse. It’s really not. And I really hate this way of thinking. Sooo, in order to bring positivism back in our daily lives a bit more, I’m doing my own list of happy things at the moment to make me happy when I need it the most. I’ve had my down moments those past couple of weeks – again, like everyone on this planet! – and I found some tricks to make me feel a bit better and calm down my anxiety. 

  • Be closer to my loved ones: I live quite far from my family and best friends, therefore I don’t normally see them often anymore but I have to admit that those strange times are making me taking more time to call them and to keep in touch. 
  • Slowing down: no tube, trains, cars, nothing. I don’t have to rush to go to uni or going out. My days are slower and it’s a good thing to breathe a bit more and relax more.
  • Zero spending: we only go out once a week to do grocery shopping, I try not to order anything online (I was weak once, I swear!) therefore my bank account has never been so happy. 


  • Spending more time with my bf and cat: our little family of three (if you don’t count your cat in your family, you’re not my favourite person right now!) is well and safe and I could not be more happy to spend more time with them. Nobody is killing each other right now (even if I expect the cat to be bored of us) and there is no one else I’d rather be with right now. 
  • Spending more time for my health care: even if it means playing The Sims 4 and watching Sherlock for the 23rd times, I take care of me. I don’t want to feel scared or anxious, and I need to find some really happy activities to think of nothing else for just a moment. I could have been books, but I’m really not the best at it at the moment. 
  • Working out: who am I? Yes, we work out almost daily now. It's quick and easy, but it feels good I'm always motivated which is quite strange, I have to admit.

I hope you too are finding positivism in your own life because it’s really important to not see everything in black, even if it feels impossible. This crap is going to be over at some point, and we’re all going to be able to enjoy this sun we see through our windows every single day for the past weeks! Oh and yes, I put funny pictures of my cat because looking at that brings a LOT of positivism. Keep safe people x

I'm 24, I've got freckles (you get it now) and I'm a grumpy French, sometimes, who writes in English. I love books, cats, le barbu, pizzas and Dicaprio.

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