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5 Things I have learned during quarintine

At the point you are reading this, I have been 'social distancing' for about 70+ days (you guys are just joining me)...

So I am gonna take a quick break to tell you about the 5 things I have learned while being in the house....

1. You can literally learn ANYTHING on YouTube. 
I have learned to make hot glue wigs, waist beads, and candle making thus fair ....
I may take up nails if these salons don't open up soon...
Outside of my hair (which is essential since of my vitamin deficiencies and my stylist is dope as hell ), I have learned that a lot of things I pay for are for experience and are luxury....Not to discredit industry professionals because they are professionals but I do feel better knowing I can maintain things or learn new skills.

2. Delivery services are LIFE....
I honestly save money buy utilizing delivery services, because I am the person at Target picking up shit I didn't go in there for......
God bless the Amazon, Instacart ,UPS,Shipt,etc  workers who keep us out of stores....

3. People don't check their mail (me included)
So I have sent several Cheryl &Co cookie cards to let some people know I was randomly thinking about them, and I had to tell them to go check which kinda ruined the surprise, but I'd rather do that than have some 5 month old cookie in your mail box lol

4. You save ALOT of money sitting at home.
I have been completely BLESSED to have transitioned from medical leave to work from home so I have been able to move a little differently .

5. Use the buddy system when subscribing to streaming .
So I am a total believer of being communal when having Netflix, Disney +, Hulu,etc. These companies don't need everyones $12, so I trade log ins with my friends and try not to watch their shows.


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