yeap the days are melting into one again.
ahhhh the latest newsletter from the BuzzFeed CopyDesk is a gem (i learnt the difference between COVID-19 and the coronavirus) but i couldn’t find an online version of it. highly recommend to subscribe.
EXCITED TO READ BUT HASN’T READ
there is a BuzzFeed UK Style Guide y’all!!! (effects of the British colonisation)
Germany might be on lockdown soon…so we sorta had our last meetup before it will be illegal to do that. some people might say that we’re irresponsible and that we should’ve taken social distancing more seriously. but in our only (albeit rather weak) defense, we have been almost solely hanging out with each other and were at my place, and no one took any public transport and let alone ran into another soul. (other than at supermarkets, but don’t we all?) it’s a gray area isn’t it?
wrote some letters to send cos Angela Merkel encouraged that (she also said we shouldn’t physically meet; it’s true that people only hear what they want to hear). and so i ran out of envelopes and stamps so i was delighted to find out that we can buy and print stamps online! and i folded the letter into an envelope thing so it didn’t need an envelope too! wow i feel so eco-friendly!
why COVID-19 is worse than the flu. hmmhmm
someone who finished the freeCodeCamp’s certifications in a month who also makes YouTube coding tutorials. ive never watched a video coding tutorial…still quite skeptical (i always read) but well, i think i should give it a go soon. since i’ll be stuck home for a while with my computer
i’ve been watching Ted-Ed Riddles and i finished season 1 today. i can proudly say that i solved most of it (two with my genius friend)
Crashing on Netflix. Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a genius. watched Fleabag and Killing Eve and so happy to see her art on Netflix.
these would be books (and sometimes perhaps very long form texts) and maybe this would keep me more accountable to finish them hahahaha. this is a little embarrassing and you can see how hard is it for me to just. focus. on. one. thing.
Unstoppable by Maria Sharapova
Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
For the Love of Physics: … by Walter Lewin
hello again, well, it’s the virus outbreak now so i’m pretty much staying home as much as i could. though i still go out quite often hahahaha. not very responsible of me. so i thought it might be a good idea for sharing what i’m reading again. i read some good pieces in the past two months or so but well, life caught in the way. this might turn into a diary of how im surviving this hahahaha.
we should not believe everything we read. it’s so sad actually that we might have to remind ourself that something that sounds too good to be true, might really be not true.
the Butterfield Diet Plan. ahhahahahah British humour ist DA BEST
and Young Sheldon on Amazon Prime
and The Circle USA on Netflix