Staying positive amid lockdown… Our Garden of Gratitude #13

While we are locked at our homes, I thought that it is a good time to restart this series and feel positive about ourselves and our lives.

our garden of gratitude
Photo by Saumya Agrawal

Seed of the week

How are you keeping yourself positive amid all the chaos?

There are several things that have helped me stay calm in the last 50+ days.
Reaching out to others when I feel low.
Trying to improve my sleep pattern.
Attempting to make exercise a part of my routine.
Talking to the dear friends I’ve lost touch with.
Spending time in the garden.
Clicking photos.
My job.
Ramayan. Looking for a new show now. Suggestions welcome 😀

How are you staying positive?

Type one word, one sentence or a paragraph in the comments section or make a post on your blog, it’s all your wish.

If you make a separate post, be sure to create a pingback or drop your post link in the comments section.

Remember, there is no time limit to answer. The comments section will always be open.

Check out previous installments of the series here.

36 thoughts on “Staying positive amid lockdown… Our Garden of Gratitude #13

  1. Blog, blog, blog, and snuggle the cats and kittens as much as possible. I know you’re a city girl and not animal crazy but I gotta say, through this whole thing, just the sound of a purring cat and touching its soft fur has helped me stay positive and hopeful. 🙂

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    1. it’s good that the cats have been helping you. i keep on seeing these stories how pets are helping people cope with difficult times in life. so it’s fine with me if somebody else has pet in their life. 😉


      1. Yes!! I’ve been trying to figure out what I want to do after I graduate and I realised I really enjoy writing and putting my thoughts out into the world! I think blogging will be a great way for me to practise my writing without the pressure of deadlines / marking criteria! ☺️

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      2. Hahaha yeah! no deadlines no marks. What are you studying? Planning to become a writer after graduation?


      3. Ahaan! Which year?
        I see a younger me in you. I’m a graduate in English literature and post graduate in Journalism and Mass Communication. Doing my second masters in English literature while working as a journalist.


      4. Be active throughout the college life. Grab all opportunities that come your way. I wasn’t very active during my college, but was fortunate to get a job that makes me happy 🙂 Where are you from?

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