Today marks the 44th day that shelter in place has been instituted in California, and there is still no real end in sight.
Shearing the dog was all fun and games, but now mom makes us put sunscreen on the parts we messed up. The seven stages of grief is a common phenomenon when dealing with some sort of loss.
It is often difficult to know what to do with yourself. While in quarantine, we experience emotional states that change day-to-day.
My fridge does that. What to Do: The trick for days like these is to think outside the box. Orange peels are, apparently, similar enough to human skin to practice on. Nothing like the real thing though: My brother used his own leg as a canvas.
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What to Watch: Nothing. What to Listen to: Songs from our middle school dances, so we remember a better time.
The polar opposite of the stage, these days we wake up ready to take on any challenge the world can throw at us. Like a 1, piece jigsaw puzzle. Back in our elementary years, it was days like these when we told people we wanted to be the president of the United States, or the first person on Mars.
I miss the childhood innocence. What to Do: People often think the best use of this spark of motivation is to get their school work done. Common misconception.
Instead, start your days with something more useful. Create a paper mache statue of your dog, then leave it in your parents room as a gift just like the gifts we used to give them for holidays back when we wanted to be the president. Just kidding. Intellectual thrillers: Inception and The Sixth Sense. What to Listen to: Study music.
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It may be hard to admit, but most of us are more easily irritable these days. Staying in one building all day, followed around by nagging parents who want you to help vacuum and dust can do that.
They think I dust at school? What to Watch: An easy one — anything that gets you ready to fight for glory.
Usually war or sports movies:Braveheart and Rudy are good places to start. What to Listen to: I would never recommend death metal.
Last, but unfortunately not least, come the days when we are overwhelmed by the gargantuan loneliness that wells up inside us until we are left quietly crying in our rooms, scrolling through old photos of our friends. Oh, and call your friends.
What to Watch: Movies about unlikely friendships to remind us that we will be social again sometime soon. The Breakfast Club and Isle of Dogs.
I cried at the latter on a plane and the gentleman next to me offered judgemental stares. What to Listen to: James Blunt on repeat. He can be reached at astella cornellsun.