…and your daily life in particular, at the moment. I mean staying at home might be an interesting experience in the beginning. It’s something new, something you need to adapt and therefore exciting. But like so many things in life – after some time, consistent things get boring.
…and oh damn we can’t enjoy it to the fullest. The reasons are clear for everyone: Due to the Coronavirus we are meant to stay home. In some country it’s mandatory in others, like in Switzerland, it’s recommended. One of the many measures in trying to contain the spread of this infectous virus.
…it is a good indicator that summer must be around the corner. And yes we are spoiled with beautifully sunny and warm weather here in Zurich these days. I don’t need to tell you how much I love it and how much better the mood of the people is when the sun is shining.
… or let’s say imagination. At least if you are living in Switzerland these past days. It’s more like deepest winter with minus degrees and lots of snow. But well, we’re just at the beginning of March.
Sustainability is one of the big words since quite a long time now. And it doesn’t really matter where you’re looking at. Sustainability concerns our daily life and all the different views and aspects that come with it. It may be the rather simple decision whether we use our car or the train to go to work, which products we buy for preparing our meals and which clothes and shoes we’re going to wear.
Being back in Zurich feels good because I have time to visit my family and friends if only for a short time. But this quality time is so important to relax and get ready for new challenges and projects. However, the weather here these days is quite frustrating. Down in the city you barely can see the sun throughout the day. It is always hidden by a strong fog.