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  • I need to go to the grocery store, but I don't want to wish me luck.

  • You guys wish me luck.

  • Everyone deals with stress and fear differently.

  • I know that this time is tough for everyone.

  • Your sleep changes chronic illnesses get worse, depression sets in and you don't know how to cope and give a uh, it's just a lot of Booth thinks Carlos Japan currently isn't under any real walk down.

  • So schools are open.

  • People are going about their days is normal, so avoiding illnesses a lot more difficult than I thought it would.

  • Jeez, Now more than ever, we will stand together part.

  • I have faith that this will end result.

  • Change will come out of this much stronger key here.

  • Fuel So.

  • But until then, I wish for you to open up your imagination.

  • Get in touch with your dreams.

  • Were all in little cocoons right now ready to grow into beautiful butterflies.

  • So take this time to work on your goals and your skills.

  • But if you opt to just be lazy, have a difficult teen every day.

  • And that's okay too.

  • Don't feel guilty about doing nothing or whatever.

  • During this time, listen to your body and heart and be good.

  • Teoh and I was so just a quick fix.

  • This secret says in the mix thing.

  • You know, if your thoughts feelings over if you're just way, if you you just tennis, I was If you say you feel you just so I was sitting at the in the park and some old lady, just like, sat down next to me like directly next to me.

  • I don't know some people.

  • There's a lot of people out here.

  • I have no job right now and I don't know what's gonna happen to my job.

  • Well, we're a little bit nervous and edgy has worked, but it's not enough to support both the bus.

  • We'll have to see what happens.

  • But Japan's making really weird decisions.

  • It's just really strange to me.

  • I need to go to the grocery store, but I don't want to wish me luck.

  • You guys wish me luck.

  • E.

  • I'm trying to wake up every morning and do things that I loved when I was a child.

  • What did I used to do every day that made me happy made me feel good.

  • One of those things was playing outside.

  • I used to ride my bike roller blade, play with bubbles, play catch or go for a walk.

  • You can still do those things now close to home and in a secluded area.

  • So why not try it?

  • You know, learn to ride a two wheeler pretty soon?

  • No.

  • When it, huh?

  • You want to try it as we grow older?

  • The things we love to do, of course, change.

  • For me.

  • It's creating, editing, coming up with new ideas to help other people.

  • So why not combine those things while we're in quarantine?

  • Just like the cherry blossoms that come and go?

  • So will a situation were in and Zen Buddhist teachings?

  • There's an expression.

  • Keep it.

  • Don't know, mind for feeling fear any time in your life.

  • Always ask yourself, Do I know for sure this situation is going to last forever?

  • No.

  • Do I know for sure this person is thinking this way about me?

  • No.

  • Do I know for sure I'll never have enough money to do X, Y and Z?

  • No.

  • Or do I know for sure I'll be without a job for the next three months?

  • No.

  • The lesson here is that although we can't control the thoughts that pop into our minds, way can learn to control our reaction to them, meaning we can learn to question their validity.

  • Let me see you got video when you first started school.

  • Today is the last day of kindergarten, every emotion feeling experience less only for a season.

  • Some of them you learn from, and some of them you just cherish for the rest of your lives.

  • Reflect on most moments and you'll find peace.

  • These houses are so cool.

  • Yeah, okay, so Japanese supermarkets aren't large.

  • If a lot of people are taking time to shop and buy food in Tokyo, it's very difficult to be six feet from someone.

  • It's like a game of dodgeball, and I have to say nobody was trying to avoid anyone.

  • Luckily, we had full stock on food except for the pasta and zero system in place for standing in line.

  • I just wanted to get out of there as soon as possible.

  • It was scary.

  • Most grocery trips aren't the same.

  • Certain places in times of day have a lot of food sold out today.

  • I was lucky and opted for some leftover coconut Curry and added race to it.

  • I took the time to create an extra video for all of you in hopes that I can shed some light on canceled trips.

  • If you'd like to view it, I posted it on I D TV.

  • My set up is pretty simple.

  • I don't know where I ordered this phone stand from with the light.

  • I believe it was from an Instagram ad.

  • As crazy as that sounds honestly, try to upload on all platforms, but it could be quite tough.

  • It took a lot for me to be comfortable in front of the camera.

  • Comment below.

  • If you like some advice on that in a video or on Instagram, this is actual footage of me trying to figure out Tic Tac.

  • When I was younger, I loved anything that had to do with music, so I bought a new instrument called a Kalimba to learn.

  • During my downtime, I aim to find some form of calm during my day, so I chose an instrument that made me feel that way.

  • Another thing I love doing with my twin brother as a kid is play video games and eat pop Tarts.

  • I played animal crossing in the evening, minus the pop Tarts and thought, This is exactly what people are trying to do in real life.

  • Recreate their lives into the best they can be.

  • I think we can learn something here.

  • I mean, it's a combination of becoming your best version of yourself and staying present and relaxed in the moment.

  • Animal crossing Life lessons on my right Katie in boxing Gaby, today was a day they were to announce an emergency, which turned out not to be an emergency, really.

  • But I was so built up on positive energy from taking time to do the things I loved.

  • I wasn't too fazed by it, so I guess nothing's changed.

  • Basically, they're just saying, If you can work home at home, please work at home.

  • But, um, it's not like stopping anybody.

  • It's just asking businesses to do specific things.

  • Teoh, you know, lessen the spread of the virus and they think that it's going to be, you know, lessened in the next two weeks if people actually listen and don't go out and interact with people.

  • But it's so impossible here in Japan.

  • So I feel like we're gonna get hit really hard spend working very hard today, right?

  • I'm not perfect.

  • I don't have the best routine.

  • Every day we see so many people post their perfect days on social media.

  • But let's be real.

  • Nobody is consistent.

  • We can only do our best 80% of the time, or 70% of the time and keep on going.

  • So during this time in quarantine, don't worry.

  • If you let your schedule loose for a while or any time, be kind to yourself.

I need to go to the grocery store, but I don't want to wish me luck.

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A Day at Home in Japan Without a Job

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/08/08
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