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Can’t be bothered

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Everything is basically opening again here in WA, i thought we’d be raring to go, but no one wants to do anything, including me, it seems we are used to staying at home now, anyone else feel this way?


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2 years ago
Same in our house, the kids are used to being home now, i thought we’d be at the park at least today, but they just wanted to chill at home! We have got to the point where we just go to school and stay home. We are all actually fine like that, but not sure if it will get to a point where its a bit weird. Im planning on getting to the hairdressers this week, getting a massage, and i might take the kids to the movies too, i figure if i get myself moving then it will lead the rest of the family out too, but who knows, maybe this is our new normal.

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2 years ago
Please stop saying “new normal”

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2 years ago
Why?

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2 years ago
We are all living a new normal, our old lives are over. It will never be the same again.

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2 years ago
Mine is

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2 years ago
Mine is exactly the same! Oh, apart from there being a plastic screen at woolies but that isn’t exactly life changing.

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2 years ago
What crap, the world has changed, you may not realise it now but your life has changed. Everything about how we interact with one another and our social responsibilities are different.

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2 years ago
^^ Don't pretend you know how other people live

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2 years ago
People bad .....home good...tree pretty

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2 years ago
We had a couple of months sleeping in until 8/9am. It was hard to get back into the swing on things but we got there

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2 years ago
Not me. Before Rona I was a homebody who didn't like socialising. Since all this started though I've gone through a lot of mental growth. And I'm just waiting for the day 1.5m social distancing rules no longer apply. Then I'm going to hug all my friends, and organise coffee dates. I might still be the same awkward sod, but I miss them and want to strengthen those bonds.

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2 years ago
Hahahaha. Love it ❤

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2 years ago
Yes!! And I don’t want to spend money either.

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2 years ago
Yep me too

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2 years ago
Yes it’s really changed my spending habits too. We still had an income the entire time but I can’t help thinking ‘just in case’ if one of us gets sick.

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2 years ago
Yep we have just been buying food, paying bills and saving everything else. We are actually a lot happier, not chasing our tails anymore.

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2 years ago
Yes lots of my friends have had their hours cut and have nothing left once they have paid essentials. Its really stressful for them :( But then the follow on is that people in hospitality will lose hours if nobody is going out which sucks.

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2 years ago
Im in SA and I noticed things are very, very quiet. People are going to other peoples houses a bit but not going out to eat. I think its a combination of things - lack of money, the fact that services open are restricted, cold weather, and not wanting to take unnecessary risks in case there is a second wave.

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2 years ago
I am loving playgrounds though! We have been going to the park / playground twice a day for my kids to get their energy out. SA has only had one case in over 40 days so as long as you wash your hands and dont cough on anyone its perfectly safe.

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2 years ago
Yes! Dreading having to physically return to work.

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2 years ago
Yes! I’m happy to go out in the fresh air but that’s it. I don’t want to go to restaurants or cafes or shops. We’ve been stuck indoors long enough.

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2 years ago
Me too. But I am a natural introvert.

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2 years ago
I'm the same.

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2 years ago
I never went out before the virus!