Things I took from the lockdown
2020 has been and still is such a weird year. When lockdown first started it found me in a very vulnerable position, with no more work, almost no savings, relying solely on my partner for support and far away from my parents or any kind of family.
I had had such big plans for this year. It was to be the time started to share The Psychedelic Food Journey. It was to be a year of connections, of looking for places and retreats where I could share my workshops, I was going to spend Easter with my family for the first time in 4 years.
All those plans came to pieces though and it seemed like the only good thing I still had was my relationship to my beautiful man. And that is no small thing, but still, I could not come to terms with my vulnerability.
Such a strange concept this... Vulnerability. It didn't occur to me to feel scared or vulnerable when I first arrived in England, with £100 as my only money and just a contact for a Workaway that I was going to help at. Even though I was recovering from a debilitating and reoccurring kidney infection.
This time though, healthy as a bug and safe, I was nonetheless scared, depressed and confused.
That is, until I took my power back. All the situations in this video are real, both my tears and my smile. I wanted to be able to look back at this time once my lessons were learned, so I documented it every step of the way.
I hope you like this little video of mine... How did you find lockdown? Was it a breeze or did you also have some adjustments to make? I'd love to hear from you!