I have read it is good to keep to a daily routine right now as a way of coping with the stress of this Corona crisis. I have never had a regular daily practice since I retired unless you count drinking coffee every morning or wine with dinner. In between that I was pretty freewheeling. I did have interests like writing and genealogy research that engrossed me but things feel scattered now. There’s reading or watching the news to keep up with the pandemic, making meals, cleaning up dishes and parts of the house, reading a few blogs and emails, writing my blog, ordering supplies and groceries, Skyping with a family member who is in a Nursing home, nothing in particular order. The stress of this crisis makes it difficult to focus on a routine, kind of bouncing from one thing to the next. We are all doing the best we can.
I do find accessing nature either virtually or in my yard and neighborhood calming and healing. We have visited with our grandson at a distance, taking walks outside our house.
Bumblebees like the wisteria and the spittlebugs love the rosemary bush.
Stream of Consciousness Saturday, #SOCS, is hosted by Linda G Hill. The prompt word is ‘practice.’
Blogging from A to Z April Challenge 2020
Featured image Beatrix Farrand forsythia at Forsythia Dell Dumbarton Oaks Park Conservancy