Join us for another week of Lockdown Confessions. I will start us off…
These confessions were written and meant to be published before half-term, however due to technical problems, I couldn’t publish them in time. However, you can read them now!!
I confess I am really really looking forward to half term. This might initially appear like something of an unusual confession but I feel almost guilty how much I want to put away my Surface, lock my office door and get away from the screen. This Lockdown has brought a new found intensity to working, not just the time spent online but also the reliance I have placed on my colleagues. Half terms are usually a time to change pace and catch up but next week I am going to attempt to hibernate for a few days – a reasonable expectation but none the less an unusual guilty pleasure!
Over quarantine my life has been very much unchanging. I get up the same time every day, go to tutor and join my lessons. Although it has been hard to feel motivated as I don’t seem to go outside very often, after school and at lunch I’ve been doing my best to play online with my friends this has kept me going. I have started some mornings by waking up early and going to my dad’s studio to work and I can encourage you to do the same as it has really helped me work through my lessons!
I’m sure everyone’s had a lazy lockdown , whether it’s sleeping during classes or not getting out of bed. For my lazy lockdown, I have to confess that I have binged watched all 121 episodes of Glee, 88 hours of nothing but Sue Sylvester and the questionable Mathew Morrison…
And that’s it for this week’s (or the week before half-term) Lockdown Confessions! There is only one more week left and so be sure to email me if you want to be involved in next week’s article!!