RIR Reflection
“I do not care so much what I am to others as I care what I am to myself”

March Break

During the past few weeks, life has been a lot different for me than I expected. First of all, my family has always been big on traveling. March break is normally the time every year where we all go on vacation together.  This year, we had planned to go to San Francisco for my cousin’s first birthday at the start of break and to Mexico for the second week break. Once I found out that we had to cancel both trips, my first thought was: what am I going to do for two weeks at home? After everyone was told to self-quarantine in their homes, my idea of how break was going to go changed even more. Throughout March break, I’ve tried to come up with different things I can learn and do to take advantage of being stuck at home. This mostly ended up consisting of me spending time with my dogs and my family some, working out and playing outside, chores, and video games, and facetiming. Not being able to have friends over or go out anywhere was something that became more and more clear of a change for me as time went on. Overall, this situation has been a huge adjustment for pretty much everyone, but it’s something that I’m trying to make work the best I can and keep each day as filled and productive as it normally is.

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