5 Things Lockdown Has Taught Us

The Lockdown Has Taught Us That We Cannot Take Anything without any consideration. This lockdown has been a learning period for everybody, I am sure we have learned many things during this lockdown.

Cooking and baking are not an enormous deal

1. At the beginning of the lockdown, we saw people putting up pictures of them baking, cooking, and laying out delicious meals for his or her families. Now, we have never been an exceptional cook, approximately we thought. With many outstanding cooks within the family, we always put ourselves last in line. I have been a working girl who did not pursue baking as my passion even though baking to be the simplest sort of cooking. This lockdown gave me an opportunity to rediscover this hidden talent in me and to several others. So, at some point, I assumed what the heck let me try something and that I made ‘Panipuri’ with my mother. And since then I have not stopped.

MY OWN CREATION


Lockdown has taught us what is important in our lives and what is not.

2. The lockdown experience is like being on a roller coaster ride, and it causes you to discover what is essential and what is not. The list of essential items begins with food – staple fare like rice, and atta, and daal – and medicines. The list of essentials items also includes newspapers, which become even more essential at a time of crisis.

Build better relationships

3. If you are sure what to find out during the lockdown, it is worth giving some thought to improving your relationships. Emotional intelligence is a useful skill that will impact all areas of your life. improving your communication skills can help in your personal and professional relationships.

Sit down with your partner to discuss everything that is on your mind and make a concept for a way you are aiming to handle it as a team. Create a shared calendar with all your tasks and responsibilities, and spare out specific times for when you are reaching to do them.

Set some healthy boundaries:

If you are both engaging from home, carve out separate workspaces. If you will be able to close a door between the two of you, that is ideal. Try to give one another space during the day. If you will limit your verbal communication. Try texting instead.

It is normal to wish alone time. Be creative about how you will carve out that point. Be creative with date nights. Try visiting a museum online, reading a book to every other, or cooking an elaborate meal together. Taking the time to figure on your own wellbeing can bring improvements to your everyday interactions with the important people in your life.


Learned new skills

4. Although the World of people seems bad for several people at once, things will not always be so up within the air. When we are considering what we learned during the lockdown, we must improve our professional skills, and get ready for when the planet reopens. By taking an introductory course or studying the new subject, we will get a feel of whether it is the proper fit.

There are all types of hard and soft skills that we will start learning about. Even a little amount of study can support our existing knowledge and broaden our horizons. From there, we can believe the kinds of areas which will be most beneficial or interesting for us.

Languages

Learning a new language brings many benefits. It could help us to attach with new people, improve our cognitive skills, and permit us to travel. By taking a language course during the lockdown, we could put our new skills to the test once the lockdown is over.


Communication and Wellbeing

5. The ability to communicate with our friends, relatives, co-workers, and people in our lives is usually underappreciated. Yet it is what brings us together and lets us understand one another. During this lockdown period we can learn why communication is valuable, and the way we could improve our own skills and learn something. Moreover, taking care of our physical and emotional wellbeing is usually a positive move. Our relationships with others help us to take care of a healthy work-life balance, understand others’ thoughts and feelings.

The pandemic provides a perfect opportunity to reconnect not only with others but with ourselves. This can be a time to strengthen our relationship within the family at an equivalent time.

121 thoughts on “5 Things Lockdown Has Taught Us”

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  3. Shivi sachdeva says:

    Absolutely correct..
    lockdown has its pros and cons both.. but for real we have learnt a lot like you said ..connecting with long lost people.. cooking etc etc!

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  45. Prem Sagar says:

    This is wonderful round up of lessons learnt from lock down due to Covid 19. FeelingS of oneness and humanness which are so important in everybody’s life have been inculcated all over.

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