B**** Be Humble
B****, Be Humble
One thing that genuinely intrigues me is human behavior post global pandemic. I’m not sure if it applies to you guys, but I’ve rediscovered hobbies such as sudoku, chess, and baking. (all things that I was “too busy” for before, apparently hours scrolling on Facebook and Insta is part of my daily routine.) Life has become simple, and it seems staying home and working less has enabled humans to be less shitty.
This week, we saw the clubs re-open in Perth- one of the last stages of restriction eases. I was secretly dreading the “covid b.s small-talk-“ where everyone asks you what you’ve been doing with yourself for the past few months- refusing to acknowledge the pounds we’ve piled on (I blame uber eats lol). I was pleasantly surprised, everyone seemed to universally leave the topic of coronavirus at home. People seemed to be so much more appreciative of this newfound freedom, and danced a little harder and smiled a little wider.
It feels amazing to be one of the first places in the world to reach this level of normality and I am hoping the rest of the world will follow suit. Hopefully, we appreciate the smaller things and learn from this going forward. I feel like we are very lucky to be living in Perth. Can’t wait to party with you all, I’ve missed it.