I hope you’re all keeping well, despite some of us being back under lockdown.
Yes, you read that right, lockdown número dos, for the unlucky residents of Kildare, Laois and Offaly.
Regardless of the circumstances, let’s try not to lose hope.
We’ve all been through a lockdown before, and despite how hard it was. We got through it!
So in everything that we do, and as we go about our day to day business, let’s continue to support one another through this strange season.
It’s important we don’t lose hope of a better tomorrow, because of the current circumstances we may face. In times like this, I think it’s important to tell ourselves, to …
“Stop being afraid of what can go wrong and start being positive about what can go right”
In due time things will get better, but till then let’s all continue to make a conscious effort to do our part to minimize the risk.
Love, Nyasha x
I know it’s been some time since I’ve written a blog, but now that I am finally done my degree, I hope to be posting much more content.
Today’s blogpost goes out to the Class of 2020 – the final year college students and those in their 6th year of secondary school.
This one is for us.
Who would have known, that we would be finishing our final months of education in the midst of a pandemic. COVID-19, has stripped us of one of the most cherished moments of our youth. We were supposed to have finished the final few months of eduction, alongside our peers, but instead this journey ended over emails, zoom calls and online classes.
It was not supposed to be this way.
If you’re anything like me, you have experienced a whirlwind of emotions, in the last few weeks. The virus forced us to quickly adapt to the new normal, and accept changes that have taken away from our educational experience. This adaption has created feelings of uncertainty concerning our futures and has brought about increased levels of anxiety and stress.
However, I would like to encourage each of us with the following words.
I know times are unprecedented, but do not lose hope. We may not know what lies ahead of us but let’s endeavour to persevere. The world is still our oyster and what’s meant for us, won’t pass us by.
Despite the circumstance, you still have so much potential and a purpose to fulfil. Times are tough right now, but don’t let the dark clouds erase your hopes and visions.
“Remember, this too shall pass.”
Love, Nyasha x