My Teen Life in the Pandemic

by | Apr 30, 2021 | Lifestyle

Even in a global pandemic, there is still so much to do to entertain ourselves. Just because we can’t have social contact with others, doesn’t mean we can’t have fun and find ways to stay positive.

Quarantine has been a year of evolution and adjustments. For me, it has been a change of routine. I have always been a pretty busy person, and living in a global pandemic hasn’t changed that much. Instead of running around from place to place, now I am now doing most things online like classes, auditions, and even digital interactions with my friends.

A day in my life looks like this, these days:

-Wake up

-Zoom School

-Study For Audition

-Voice Lesson on zoom

-Dance Practice in a tent

-FaceTime with a friend

-Basketball Practice or volleyball practice with a small pod, all wearing masks in a friend’s yard

-Film Audition on an iPhone in front of a ring light that I edit and upload on the computer.

I am actually still having fun being super busy in all these new ways. I think it really helps get through this strange time by staying connected and doing the things I love in whatever way I can. I balance my time by relaxing. When I do have downtime, I love to play with my pets, bake, draw, etc. Being busy has another benefit besides enjoying what I’m doing: It helps me enjoy my day even during these tough times.

I am not going to tell you to go out and just do a bunch of different activities, but I encourage everyone to find something you love to do. No matter what’s going on in the world, if you focus on something you love to do, everything feels better. It’s okay to go out of your comfort zone and try new things. You don’t have to do as many activities as I do, but enjoy experimenting with different interests! Have fun!

Photo by Gaelle Marcel on Unsplash




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