Davinder's Reflection in Lockdown

1 MIN READ / October 01, 2022

Schools are closed, we’re confined to our homes and the future feels very uncertain.

But even though the schools are closed, that doesn’t mean learning has stopped. Writing can help us reflect on what’s happening in our lives and our lives and form new ideas.

This has made me learn how to deal with stress on your own while you have no distraction with people. I miss my coffee every day and I am looking forward to seeing everyone, going out for lunch and much more once this lockdown is over. I love chitchat!

For my current role at VICSEG, I am really looking forward to getting all the students to finish their studies during their in class period, which is kind of not working at this stage due to cancellation of our number of practical skills classes, again this COVID is the culprit, but I’m sure we will get there.

I could write a book on it but I’ll conclude. I think despite having more negative sides to COVID, it has also made us see the world in a different way. Things that we never imagined in our life. I never thought that I can be stressed with something like this as life was too smooth before this pandemic. Now that we all have learned to live with it, it seems manageable, even though it’s difficult.

One thing I would like to say is that “Work is a never-ending process, but life is.” so we should make most out of it.

Stay happy, stay healthy and stay connected.

Davinder — RTO Administrator

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