1. First day working remote
  2. We stay home and wait
  3. Stretching the legs & (some) social distancing
  4. Confirmation arrives, stocking up
  5. Finding routine in irregular times
  6. New challenges with the remote working
  7. Noticeable changes
  8. Finding a pattern
  9. COVID-19 Lock Down
  10. First week, check
  11. Weekend plans? You know stay away from people as much as possible.
  12. Game night as the pause begins
  13. Streets empty as everyone builds furniture and plays games
  14. Staying sane
  15. Keeping date night going
  16. Socializing remote
  17. Friday feeling? TGIF?
  18. House Parties not Street Parties
  19. Running in the rain
  20. Betting on unknowns
  21. Optimizing the lockdown life
  22. Community Support
  23. Virtual Social Closeness
  24. Friday night: Virtual Happy Hours & Games
  25. Four Weeks In
  26. Discovering the new exciting
  27. A Weekend Getaway in Quarantine
  28. Rain and games
  29. Looking for escapes
  30. Escape to the Country
  31. An upstate retreat for some ‘normalcy’
  32. Rediscovering New York as lockdown eases

Losing track of what day it is. For a good period of the day thought it was Monday. We got two new chairs for the apartment today. I have a proper office chair but the only other chairs we had were some wooden chairs that came with my dining table when I first moved to NY. Unfortunately, they were coming apart and not comfy for long periods. It’s good to have some better chairs now – particularly for Danielle’s back!

Feels like there’s more enforcement on social distancing. Heard of police getting on loud speaker to tell people to maintain their distance. Talking to people there’s more and more concern about going outside and the news is impossible to escape. Hearing about more people testing positive, from the global CEO of company to other colleagues (thankfully no close colleagues). The more you read/hear about this thing the more you imagine the symptoms yourself, it’s funny you hear it from one person then others mention it and you realize it’s human nature.