Everyone’s on edge. I am too. Because how much bad news can a person take? Honestly. Nowadays, it feels like I can’t even open the fridge without hearing about new infections and flattening the curve. And with how much I’m eating recently, I have more than one curve to worry about, I can tell you that.

Having an online platform at your disposal makes it is easy and tempting to relieve your tension by dumping all negative emotions on your friends and family. You know It’s not like you’re going to see them and have to explain yourself anytime soon.

But I think we owe it to each other to be better than that. That’s why I came up with the idea of making my blog safe to read during the pandemic. It means I will steer clear of any personal rants, depressing news, or any themes that could upset my readers.

(Well, at least until the bombs begin to fall. Then, it’s every man for himself.)

Every day of quarantine makes staying cheerful and positive a little bit more difficult. I’m sure you can feel it too. But we can help each other by stopping the spread of negativity the same way we’re trying to stop the virus: by keeping it under lockdown.

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