Self-Isolation Day 5, 6 & 7: Exercising Faith, Part 2

Day after day, an empty bus drives past my house; of course this bus contains one person, that of whom is the driver. On the odd occasion, there is one other person on this bus. It’s strange.  Our schools are dark and empty, hallways eerie and barren, there are not even any children scattered aboutContinue reading “Self-Isolation Day 5, 6 & 7: Exercising Faith, Part 2”

Self Isolation Day 3 & 4: Exercising Faith, Part 1

Monday, when I had to go pick up my things from my office, I recall having a good ten minute chat with another person that works within the school. He’s an older individual in a different line of work, but we found such comfort to just talk to someone about everything that is happening inContinue reading “Self Isolation Day 3 & 4: Exercising Faith, Part 1”

Self-Isolation Day 1: Goal Setting for Isolation

I revert back to day one of self-isolating, because I went out somewhere, due to work. Yesterday, I received notification that I will need to go to my school I work at, and collect all things from my office that I will require to work from home with. So, I covered everything, arms, hair andContinue reading “Self-Isolation Day 1: Goal Setting for Isolation”

Reasons More People Should Believe In Multi-Generational Living

In certain cultures and countries – multi-generational living is a regular practice – compared to North American culture where most families prefer to stand divided. While there are certainly ups and downs to shared living – there are many perks that come along with it. There are blessings in disguise that many are unaware of.Continue reading “Reasons More People Should Believe In Multi-Generational Living”