In mid-March 2020, I watched for the first time as the entire country came to a standstill. I watched as people were forced indoors, not able to go to work or to school. I watched as people frantically ran to the stores to stock up on basic household essentials. It was as if the apocalypse was here.
But one positive effect to the coronavirus pandemic is the sudden explosion of creativity. People suddenly found themselves with more time than they ever expected. Suddenly, they were given an unlimited amount of time off from work and school. This meant that people were now free to do things that were on the backburner previously. They could now pursue hobbies that were on their bucket list. Some chose to plant flowers; others chose to learn how to knit or crochet. Some decided to write a book…
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