My thoughts are never going to leave me I guess…

I know it’s been quite late since I’ve posted anything or have written about any topic, mostly because this quarantine have made me meet myself 🌸

Nice to meet me.

Also, nowadays it is like, I’m lost but don’t know where.

Does it happen that you feel that you have lost a part of yourself, a part that you loved, a part that gave you confidence and it defined who you were?

No.. No, Nonono…i haven’t started doubting myself. Or being afraid of failing, of taking risks, or of being sure.

It is just that, My lockdown days have been a roller coaster of emotions for me.

I think my lockdown days have gone in a circle. You know, there is this song “Kho Gaye Hum Kahan” and I can so much relate to each inch of this song being initially, very bored, feeling like a prisoner(lol) being so restless and stressed, angry, cranky and

Would just quickly wrap this blog up by saying that if you are able to read this blog of mine, and
are surrounded with food, a roof above your head and a family that loves you, you are more
lucky than half of the world today!

Count your blessings, stay safe, try not to panic and stress out.

Reach out for help if you need any because it is completely okay not to feel like yourself sometimes🌈




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20 thoughts on “Lost…

  1. The lost feeling happens for me sometimes. The issues I face sometimes result in a walk outside, and it’s best if it’s windy or cold for some reason. I talk out loud to God and to myself and let my feelings, worries, or frustration out. I arrive back at home more at peace.
    I agree I am very fortunate in many ways. It’s like health, I am not young or an olympic athlete and I am dealing with issues but there are many in the hospital who would trade places with me. Same with material wealth, many have much more but there are many who trade places with me.

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  2. Great post! And very well-written! This lockdown has been tough, don’t get me wrong! But I know that I’m blessed and am better off than so many others! My husband is still working but there are so many others who’ve lost their jobs because of this pandemic. My heart goes out to them. Thank you for posting!

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  3. è stato un periodo duro per tutti, ma lentamente ne stiamo uscendo, la positività sta entrando in noi, così come la voglia di viaggiare e amare le bellezze della vita…
    Grazie per seguire il mio blog, spero lo troverai interessante, è in continua evoluzione…

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  4. We don’t really know how lucky we are in lockdown until we hear about horror stories from around the world where people are dying of hunger before they die of CoVid19 because they lost their job or govt isn’t good etc. So what you said is a great reminder for us all. We must count our blessings indeed.

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