Lockdown Lessons

Today is day 21 of the 21 day blogging challenge started by Madzo. I’m proud of myself for doing this challenge (cues in Jordan Armstrong‘s We Made It.πŸ’ƒπŸΎ) For the next few days of the lockdown, I’ll be reading fresh posts courtesy of the UgBlogMonth.

This lockdown, much to my surprise, has taught me one too many things. Here’s a list of just my top ten lessons.

  1. God is God. He’s in charge. Trust in Him. We can make our plans, but the LORD determines our steps. (Proverbs 16:9)
  2. Home is the best place to get stuck in.
  3. Writing is harder when you’re not doing it.
  4. It’s important to plan for your ka money. If you don’t budget, things can get bad fast.
  5. It is possible to get tired of good things. Even sleep.
  6. Elected thieves are not afraid to steal from people who have nothing. They’ll take even your hope of ever having anything.
  7. Contact with hard cash can aid the transmission of viruses. Cash is therefore bad for your health. Throw it all away. πŸ˜‚
  8. Soap saves lives. Use it as often as you can. Remember to wash your hands after reading this post.
  9. “I don’t have time” is an excuse. We now have loads of time and you still haven’t done that thing you said you didn’t have time for. What you lack is interest.
  10. Some battles can be fought by staying home and keeping a distance from people. Who knew? 🀭

What has the lockdown taught you so far?

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  1. Your lessons yoooo…truth be told writing is harder when you’re not doing it, who knew? As for that cash you are encouraging or planning to throw away…throw it in my bin haha. In other news I’m joining you in happy dance of we made itπŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³i think for Ug blog month I’ll be more of a reader too though i plan to write on some daysπŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³well done sis, we done did it

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  2. I’m proud of us. We really did this thing.

    Even me I want cash thrown my way. πŸ™ˆ I’ll be waiting to read all your awesome posts whenever you do write.

    Cheers My Museness. πŸ’ƒπŸΎπŸ’ƒπŸΎπŸ’ƒπŸΎ

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