Don’t be surprised if you feel a little extra impulsive this week. Confess your feelings, or air a grievance, or cut your bangs. Just kidding. I know you’ve already cut your bangs.
Times are tough, especially when the touch starvation sets in. Sit outside and breathe the fresh air. Make a playlist about how you’re feeling. I know you take too much pride in your Spotify account.
Distract yourself with useless information. I’ll help: There’s about six teaspoons in a standard shot. Giraffes can make noises beyond the range of human hearing. My dad’s middle name is Alan.
While it may not feel like it, you’re still in a lucky patch, work-wise. Productivity is pretty high this week—maybe get dressed for all of your classes? Nothing like Zoom-ing in a fresh ’fit.
You’re feeling socially stunted. Uncertainties abound, so there’s only one thing to do: Bake. Everything. You’ll get a feast, plus compliments from your co-habitants. It’s a win-win!
For once, I’m asking you to work. Use newfound drive to kill it in your classes. Flex those introverted tendencies, and maybe organize your desk at home for a calming space. Caffeinate, responsibly.
People are missing your energetic, friendly presence in their lives. Send friends carefully curated memes to their tastes. Why not make your own? It’ll be a creative project to calm your nerves.
Novelty isn’t your strong suit, so take this week to focus on yourself. Really, truly focus on yourself: Your emotions, your needs. Have you considered soup? It’s really good. Maybe you need soup.
At times like these, focus on your friends. Need more friends? I am available! I am always in my house. I only talk about the Bon Appétit YouTube channel. And I am terrible at Snap streaks. :)
We’re all stressed, you included, but don’t be surprised if people come to you seeking help. It’s your stable presence that calms us all down. Plus, you know where the unmute button is on Zoom.
It’s been a sec since you’ve gotten obsessed with something—now’s the time! Animal Crossing is finally out. If you’ve ever wanted to be in debt to a raccoon, you can now experience it firsthand!
Pre-quarantine I bought three tiny glass bottles and they made my life a thousand times better. Dig around and see if you can find any small glass bottles; it will change your whole outlook.