It's been months since I blogged and once again, a lot of things happened since November of last year. I really do miss writing. I haven't written anything in a while due to my schedule. Currently maintaining a full time day job with other things going on in our lives. But hey, I'm not complaining.
I just couldn't believe how much hours do we still need in one day to actually be full on productive, as it feels like 24 hours are not enough. So many things to do, so many places to go and so many people to see- we need at least 48 hours consolidated in one day. It is challenging to fulfill everything that needs to be done in 24 hours. I guess that's the thrill of it.
I know that in order to have a productive day, I need to let go of things that are getting in the way of my time. Social media and the internet consume so much of my day and I have been in denial of it. A lot of us are constantly on our phones. I realized that and I need to change it before I end up spending the rest of my days in the virtual world.
It's time to live life to the fullest and in the moment. The best moments happening in life are actually offline. I had a hard time letting go of Facebook because it is pretty nostalgic for me I guess. I mean, that's literally where my husband and I met. But now that I actually have met him, I really dont feel the need to even be there except for a few friends who I still want to stay in touch with and without FB, I absolutely cannot get a hold of them.
But you know what, if they want to reach me, they will know where to find me. Facebook has become a dump site now of people's toxic emotions. It's okay to have an opinion and I'm the type who welcomes other people's views and thoughts. It's just that lately, a lot of the people there have become over-the-top with their opinions and viewed them as facts. I seriously don't have the time to be triggered by unsolicited posts these days due to the amount of stuff I need to do.
Starting today, I would like to focus on platforms that will actually help with my activities and goals in life. I would like to be in platforms that are open and welcoming definitely on the conservative side. I consider myself a little bit of a conservative in a lot of ways but also a bit of liberal on subjects that needed to be like sex. I don't think it should be demonized and repressed because the more we do that, the more it becomes perverted. But I'm conservative in a way that it's a topic that shouldn't be pushed on kids. I see a bunch of liberal pushing their sexuality and ideologies to 5 year olds, that is just sick.
Anyway, moving on to my goal of being productive today, I would rather share what you guys have missed in last 5 months of me not blogging here. First of all, I and my husband finally got Covid. I can't say we got the mild one but I definitely cannnot say it was something worth to shut down the whole world.
The first night of getting it was the worst of it. Our fever went up to almost 103 degrees but we made it a point to break it in about 10 hours. After the fever broke, it was no longer that bad. The anxiety attack I got from it was the scariest part than the virus itself. I almost went to the ER because of that. Thanks to my mom and my husband who forced me to calm down, which resulted to me not having to go to the hospital.
We managed it like a normal flu. We drank a lot of liquids, tried to eat well even though it was difficult because we didn't have the apetite. And we made sure we walked under the sun everyday. We didn't stay in bed for the most part and that spared us from getting pneumonia.
It was still awful because we had to miss work and lose money but glad that it happened anyway because now we have gained immunity and we have experienced it first hand that I can personally say, it's not that scary. It's a good lesson as well to be even more conscious when it comes to taking care our health.
I'll be back blogging and sharing the wonderful things God has blessed my life with. Stay tuned for more.