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    Default Self-isolation due to virus-what is your day like?

    If you are in self-isolation due to the corona-virus, how are you spending your day, apart from working online?
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    Wotking, reading 3 times more books, doing sports ( some home fitness) and sharing more time with my family.

    Isolation is not a bother for me , I have a lot of things to do
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    I am sure this virus was created by a woman. No football, no pubs, men staying at home to decorate, clean, spend time with their family, even talking to each other.

    Working, playing with my young family, arguing over what box set we are watching, cooking, tidying those draws full of useless rubbish, putting bags together of old clothes and toys to take to the charity shop (when allowed out) running on a treadmill and waiting patiently for life to return to normal (whether that may be and whatever normal will look like)
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    coding, smoking weed, building websites, playing pubg.

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    The whole country I'm in is strictly quarantined, Can only leave to go to the supermarket alone. so typically

    Work obviously, it takes up most of the day and is welcome, nothing worse than being stuck inside with nothing to do.
    Exercise, I spend around 2 hours per day on keeping fit (I have a treadmill) Im using this time to complete my physical goals
    cooking, everything is fresh and made for my diet more important as my energy spend is a lot lower than normal
    Entertainment, I usually have a couple of hours to watch a movie, play a game or just read the news.,

    And most important is that i have female company, time goes much quicker ..

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    I am a freelancer so my day is normal as always) in the morning, breakfast and work until the evening. nothing has changed much in my life

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    Hey. Nothing changed. Weekend fishing.
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    Hello Everyone,

    My days are actually longer than before. My kid is now home so we try to do some home-schooling.

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    We're in "lockdown" here. That means you have to stay at home, unless you have a very good argument to go outside. The difference is just that people are walking on the street now with declarations in their hand, that states they're buying essential stuff, going to buy medicines, have to take care of someone, etc. I think restrictions will be tougher within a few days.

    My days?

    They're actually busier than before. The kids are at home, because there's no school and they're not allowed to go outside. Employees need declarations made and signed. If you need something done, it takes forever until you get people on the phone. Many things are closed, etc.

    I take care of the kids, I work, do excercises at home, watch television, and that's it.

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    Jumped on one of last planes to Europe. I finally had time to do my teeth implants.

    After the mayhem with hotels which were closed even for foreigners I rented whole empty tea room, where now I drink tea and liquidating my cash for bitcoin and hopefully some gold (btw. there are shortages of physical gold already). So it is working from inside mostly like normally. Occasionally I go for walks in mountains. After all I had the virus most likely. I would like to sneak in for tests, especially I would appreciate the tests of antibodies to get some certificate of survivor, which I guess will be a key to free movement.

    I am waiting for opening flights to South Korea. If I understand it correctly, they have open borders, but one has to install some spyware into the phone. I can live with that. I wanted to go to China, but those bastards closed borders. The most dangerous place that has to be avoided in near future will be IMHO whole America (North and South) and then UK.
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    I live in self imposed isolation largely anyway, so little change. The shopping is a challenge.

    Sherlock, glad to hear you are still buying BTC. It seems the obvious route, and I have rushed another six figures into BTC despite already having plenty. I can not see how the price can remain so low. It has to be a haven, but not reflected in price yet - the contrary so far. After corona, the governments of the world will want your cash to pay for the mess and then inflation will rocket when recovery comes, thanks to all the cash they are printing so freely. The halvening is a small positive too.

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    I live in a small village so isolation is nothing new walking the dog, home schooling kids..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tufty View Post
    Sherlock, glad to hear you are still buying BTC. It seems the obvious route, and I have rushed another six figures into BTC despite already having plenty. I can not see how the price can remain so low. It has to be a haven, but not reflected in price yet - the contrary so far. After corona, the governments of the world will want your cash to pay for the mess and then inflation will rocket when recovery comes, thanks to all the cash they are printing so freely. The halvening is a small positive too.
    You are right, but there is the risk of death spiral for BTC, where lower price leads to lower hashrate which can lead again to lower price and so on. Halving under such condition is potentially kiss of death. LOw prices of energy do not help BTC as well (it makes cheap hashrate but also cheap potential attack). Now BTC is in the most dangerous situation/bifurcation. If BTC and POW coins survive this it would be really great.

    Still the R/R is enormous atm and even when overexposed on BTC/crypto, I can not resist. It is possible we will all die from hunger and wars soon but at least I want to do it after logical decisions. Situation on Gold market is crazy. What the conspirators were always telling is becoming reality. Paper gold and physical gold prices are decoupling or in fact price of physical gold is in many cases infinite - impossible to buy. Yes it is because many factories are closed but still - crazy. What remains with liquidity is crypto. The only candidate for safe haven.
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    While we are on lockdown it isn't as strict as some countries, we are allowed out for daily exercise once a day for a short time and any essential trips to the supermarket, pharmacy are permitted. The rest of my day is taken up working and then some time in the evenings to catch up on some boxsets, hoping we return to some form of normality in the next few weeks/months.
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    A little has changed overall, but day-to-day remains similar.

    I write a lot of content for other people's websites. Much of that was sports and horse racing, which has dried up completely.

    However, there has been an increase in casino writing, so my day is just as busy, if not busier, than before.

    Personal life. No golf, no going out to restaurants.... it's what keeps me sane, but what can you do!

    I have toyed with the idea of doing my own casino website, based for New Zealand players. However, I think I'm making more per month writing, than I would being an affiliate. So it's really doing my head in as to what way to go!
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    I'm not in full lockdown yet (nearly though), but that's definitely a possibility for the near future. They've almost closed down all of the shopping centres and schools are empty, with children doing home schooling instead and the streets look like a ghost town when I look outside from my house. Even the smallest and simplest every day tasks in life have been taken from me and many other unfortunate people. You can go crazy just being in constant lockdown 24/7. One young and beautiful woman took her own life as a result of it and it really saddens me: https://www.google.com/amp/s/metro.c...-12453434/amp/

    I really despise the coronavirus. This is a common enemy and I can't wait to see the much anticipated end of it.
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    Not a huge difference since working from home always anyways. Less distractions to go to the store and saving money.

    Of course there is the daily cleaning and disinfecting and thankfully walking my dog.

    Garden and garage ready for summer already too! LOL

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    I never had a clean house like these days...
    My house is cleaner than ever before, also!

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