My husband and I chose to voluntarily self-isolate on Friday, March 13th. The week preceding our choice we were already practicing social distancing and hand washing. I am surprised the change has barely impacted my routines. I’m blown away by the adaptability of the organizations which are part of my everyday structure.
Video conferencing is the new normal. Kudos to SAQA, which has been using Zoom for at least 8 years. Just one way SAQA members receive professional development. Some of us are finding ourselves training friends, family and neighborhood organizations on how to navigate a Zoom screen. SAQA went from hosting a live annual conference in Toronto, Ontario to hosting a virtual conference in less than two weeks.
Big shout out to the Balance Studio, my local yoga studio. They send out daily YouTube videos created by their teachers for members to follow in their homes. Today I will be taking their first live Zoom class. Can’t wait.
In between video meetings and chats, I am continuing my studio practice. Every day I do a new pencil drawing, which I post on Instagram and FaceBook. Several days a weeks I work on Sunrise at Minot Beach. Just started the free motion quilting phase.
How has your routine changed? Or has it?
I am linking up with Nina Marie’s Off the Wall Fridays.