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How has the pandemic affected you?

Full credit to bossybaby for the idea for this thread… how has the pandemic impacted your life?

Not necessarily the obvious things like ‘I work from home now,’ but the daily habits and rituals, your attitude towards irritants and frustrations, and any ways in which you think you’re better (or worse) for it.

My downsides:
* I definitely drink more alcohol now. Pre-pandemic I was pretty strict about only drinking on weekends – now, if I finish a 2 hour meeting at the end of a day, I’m more likely to ‘reward’ myself with a glass of wine

* I think my general resilience levels have dropped. I used to be a reasonably patient person, but I find that my fuse is a lot shorter when people / situations irritate me now, and I’m more likely to let my frustration show these days

My silver linings:
* Work life balance. Contrary to a lot of people who said they found it difficult to ‘switch off’ from working-from-home, my life improved in this area. At my previous firm, I would regularly stay at the office until 10pm or later. But in the WFH era, I find it easier to turn my computer off and walk away (and at a reasonable time)

* I probably would never have gotten a puppy if it weren’t for the pandemic due to my working hours, but WFH gave me the opportunity to be present for the first time-consuming few months of puppy life. And now I’d be lost without her!

* My attitude about what’s important has changed. I was pretty focussed before on my job, on the title, on competition, and building my profile… but Covid changed that. My partner caught Covid, and my brother’s chemotherapy was impacted by it. There was a lot of fear and anxiety during that time, and a lot of what I was previously focussed on seems unimportant now. My main focus is to enjoy what I do, and aim to be happy, rather than aim for something that sounds impressive in a bio.



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Re: How has the pandemic affected you?

Barely at all. I work from home anyway and I'm not that social.
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Old 06.10.2021, 09:43
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Re: How has the pandemic affected you?

Downsides
- Not visited family in the UK for 2 years
- Not really had a proper holiday in that time

Upsides
- Improved work / life balance meaning I lost weight, got fitter, eat better
- Managed to reduce alcohol intake in spite of a sharp increase at the beginning
- Sleep better

In the last few weeks I've gone from 100% work-from-home to Thursdays in the office. On the one hand it is nice to see colleagues face-to-face. The downside is being in an open plan office and people having loud phone conversations - I concentrate better at home.

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Old 06.10.2021, 10:12
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Re: How has the pandemic affected you?

Vacations: travel to Mexico last 2 summers. Occasional travel to Paris, Milano, or the mountains in CH. I'd complain more about covid but things were not perfect before it: Opera de Paris Ballet cancelled two times because they were on strike.

Work: started this year like crazy with 120-125% weeks, made some extra money, got a bonus......but I'm exhausted and trying to recover balance now. Lesson learned: working 120% is not sustainable, a month or two at most. 100% working from home. The unexpected gain is a huge smile I have to drive the car.

Drinking: my beer-wine balance has skewed to wine because I stay mostly at home and beer is mostly when going out.

Emotionally, family, friends and ex-work people have died with/of covid. The general feeling is "it was not their time" since they were only 40-50 YO. So, a bit sad. Only one of the dead I knew had the whole diabetes/blood pressure combo.
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Barely at all. I work from home anyway and I'm not that social.
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Upsides
- Improved work / life balance meaning I lost weight, got fitter, eat better
- Managed to reduce alcohol intake in spite of a sharp increase at the beginning
- Sleep better
This is impressive, I think it would be the minority whose physical health improved throughout this. Well done!

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Lesson learned: working 120% is not sustainable, a month or two at most. 100% working from home. The unexpected gain is a huge smile I have to drive the car.

Emotionally, family, friends and ex-work people have died with/of covid. The general feeling is "it was not their time" since they were only 40-50 YO. So, a bit sad. Only one of the dead I knew had the whole diabetes/blood pressure combo.
Work sustainability sounds like an important lesson learned.

I'm very sorry to hear about your losses though.
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Old 06.10.2021, 12:08
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Re: How has the pandemic affected you?

Yeah, I thought this topic would provoke some interesting responses. Thanks, Jess.

OH and I have always worked for 20 years from home (on the same projects) and together 24/7. The pandemic forced us to cooperate even more than before. We are also not social animals, so no loss there. I've been able to garden more than before.

Downsides: Haven't seen my sister since 2019; she visited just in time!
I only had one cold sore, in 1980...this year I've had 3. My plaque psoriasis came back strongly; surely both are stress-related. Then there are the dog nightmares...
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Re: How has the pandemic affected you?

I have my own company and am exclusively working from home now. Not having to travel saves me a lot of time and the pandemic has made my day much more effective and flexible. I started planning lunches especially now for the personal contacts but, apart from that, I quite like it.

Big winner is our cat as there is always someone at home now.
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Re: How has the pandemic affected you?

As we live in rural area, with large garden and lots of lovely countryside around and woods- we were not really badly affected.

Missed going to Museums, concerts, cinema, conferences - but that was OK. We love a drink with friends, and hardly ever drink on our own- so had very little booze recently.

Main downside is that we were not able to go and visit adult children and grand-children, family and friends, in the UK- as we normally do every few months. And they have not been able to come to visit us. We did go in then end in June, with all the testing costs and hassle- because I just could not wait any longer.

When we moved here, and kept a pied-à-terre in UK, with daughters, family and friends with plenty of space to host us too- we truly felt we had TWO homes- in our head, and our hearts- we went HOME to England, and then we returned HOME to CH. Just throw some stuff in the car and go, whenever we felt like it- or jump on the TGV, or cheap EasyJ- and were there the same day.

Covid + Brexit, suddenly made us realise it was just no longer so easy and was was tough to take. Big Time. (even though we are both dual nationals).

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Re: How has the pandemic affected you?

The gin bill is certainly impressive these days


Seems like gin to tonic ratio has significantly moved towards gin !
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Barely at all. I work from home anyway and I'm not that social.
Same for me. I'm long retired so only real difference has been having hubby working from home instead of being in his office. Still doing 2 days home work and 3 days in the office now.

On the social side, all mine are online anyway and that hasn't changed at all.

Downside for us was not getting over to the UK to check on the house there as often as we usually do and not meeting up with the cousins for a couple of years now.
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Re: How has the pandemic affected you?

The pandemic, while obviously very negatively impacting for many people worldwide, was something of a blessing in disguise for me. The enforced semi-lockdowns and seclusion gave me a rare chance to reflect and take stock of my lifestyle and cut out many of the things that were not good for me, even if I didn't realise it at the time. I think for me it can be summarized as:

Personal health: Since January 2020 I stopped all partying and went teetotal, stuck to a healthy diet and have now got myself in good physical shape with a regime of regular exercise and weights. I'd say I have knocked 5+ years off of my visible age and what feels like around 10 years off of my body age.

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Family: All fit and healthy throughout the pandemic thus far.

Social life: Trimmed down my social circle to the bare essentials of people who I consider positive influences in my life and with whom I mostly share active interests.

Work life: I did a ton of home office last year then I got a new job with promotion this year, so no problems there and I am lucky to work for a really great company.

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While for many of us being away from family sucks at times like this, we are also so lucky to be in a country like this with a low and generally well-behaved population where we have access to great healthcare, and of course so much fresh air and beautiful mountain scenery that I think really reduced the psychological impact of the pandemic. In many other countries it would have been a struggle, but here in CH it was for me a memorable time of extended relaxation and contemplation that allowed me to make some good and positive changes.

I'll be glad when things are at least mostly back to normal though.
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Re: How has the pandemic affected you?

I've lost too many friends and loved ones. That hurt won't heal any time soon.

Serious consequences:

I've lost respect for many people I had previously thought well of, friends and acquaintances and even a few family members who have suddenly shown an ugly selfish side. Folks whose response to a public health emergency was that they do not care one whit about others, that they can't be bothered to do even the smallest thing to alter their behavior for the good of their community. These folks were probably like this all along, but a mask of social behavior expectations kept it in check. The pandemic seems to have given some an excuse to drop that mask... quite literally. The pandemic has brought out the worst in some of the people I know. Which saddens me greatly.

Along those lines, the politicization of the pandemic response has ripped our society apart. I'm not even sure if my country can ever recover from the divisions we now find ourselves facing. Again, these issues have been bubbling below the surface for a long time, the pandemic became the catalyst. And now we are on the brink of a very uncertain future.


More mundane consequences:

'The Great (Shelter) Re-set'. I, and many of my colleagues in dog rescue work, are pretty much out of a job these days. And that's a good thing.

While I worry about the whole 'pandemic puppy' phenomenon, that so many dogs found homes is what we've all always dreamed of. So far in Switzerland there has not been a wave of dogs being given up again as people return to the office, fingers crossed it stays that way.

We are seeing quite an uptick for the need for trainers, however, as new dog owners realized that they and their pandemic pup need help to cope with a world where the owner is not at home all day. I hope everyone who needs training help is finding it. And if not, please post in the Pets Corner, where there are lots of experienced dog owners willing to offer advice.

The constant shortage of reliable dog care is even worse now, not surprisingly. If anyone is toying with the idea of offering holiday dog care, now would be a good time to get into the business. The right person, properly set up, likely would quickly have all the clients they can handle.

Vet practices are busier than pre-pandemic days, resources seem to be stretched a bit more. Fortunately, though, in Switzerland vets do not seem to be as overwhelmed as many are in the US and UK, where getting timely care has become difficult.

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Still facing the various challenges of WFH while living in my tiny Swiss shoe box - but I'm a year and a half older, which means a year and a half closer to my dream of a farmhouse in Vermont.

I don't know what the future will hold, other than it probably will not look much like the future I had envisioned pre-pandemic.

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Re: How has the pandemic affected you?

I just wanted to say that there are some wonderful and thoughtful posts here. It's interesting to read how others have been affected by this pandemic... for better or for worse.

For myself, I was in fear of catching the virus for a long time (due to being high-risk) -- especially worried that my son would bring it home from school -- and was very relieved and thankful to get the vaccine. My husband works from home 100% now, which has its positives and its negatives.

As others have pointed out, it's really unfortunate that this pandemic has caused so much division among people. We've witnessed that here on the EF even. The pandemic has really seemed to highlight how selfish and self-centered some people can be. And on the other end of the spectrum, it's also seemed to highlight how thoughtful and caring others can be -- pulling together and doing their part to try to get through this thing.

I'm so thankful that (so far), I haven't lost anyone close to me to Covid and am thankful that everyone I love has been wise enough to get the vaccine. The person I know who has been affected the most by it is my close friend's mother, who was in a coma for four months after getting Covid and may never walk again. I am truly sorry to hear that some members here have lost people close to them. I think that makes it all the more understandable why it was so frustrating to have seen some people here repeatedly expressing that they do not take this virus or this pandemic seriously and/or accusing those who do take it seriously as being "hysterical." It's so nice to finally be able to have decent conversations about it here now, without the subject constantly erupting into an argument (and I hope it stays that way!).

I hope everyone here continues to remain safe. x
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Re: How has the pandemic affected you?

negatives:
- the big one: Less trips home, was home home 7 times a year or more before.

- parent's health declining, being scared of them dieing and not seeing them again.

- Im less fit. I moved around A LOT before and over the 2 years was just more stationary.
- I seem to have become an introvert, or substantially less of an extrovert
- The hysteria around Covid aggrevating anxiety

- The kanton vs. country decisions and how that impacted decisions around covid
- the divide between friends who didnt want to vaccinate vs. vaccinate.



Positives:
- I seem to have become an introvert, or substantially less of an extrovert
- I appreciate CH more, I always knew it was a beautiful country but its a beautiful county to be "stuck in" and I feel a bit more settled here which despite being here a very long time I hadnt before.
- I didnt lose my job and I appreciate it more
- It made me appreciate having a family and kids here. Many of my friends were locked down on their own.
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Re: How has the pandemic affected you?

Family: not seen family since outbreak. parents haven't seen grandkids - father almost died without seeing his grand-daughter, but now luckily in a stable situation. but still uncertain if he will ever see his granddaughter in person.

Social: have stayed home and only been out once since outbreak in March. basically i cancelled my social life except for a weekly sport session

Job: moved to fully WFH. came close to burn-out/quitting this year.

Healthwise: no longer cycling to work, but eating more healthily at home. stopped drinking alcohol.

All in all, pretty crap now that i read all that back.
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- I appreciate CH more, I always knew it was a beautiful country but its a beautiful county to be "stuck in" and I feel a bit more settled here which despite being here a very long time I hadnt before.
- I didnt lose my job and I appreciate it more
- It made me appreciate having a family and kids here. Many of my friends were locked down on their own.
yes. i was thankful to be living in a country without severe lockdown and was able to enjoy nature.

also thankful that i kept my job. unlike many where covid had a huge impact.

ditto for kids. i thought i'd go crazy having to juggle kids and work when daycare was shutdown, but at least there's no chance to be bored. have friends in other countries under extreme lockdown who were on their own and starting to go a bit batty.
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Re: How has the pandemic affected you?

It made me question whether, when the pandemic is over, I want things to go back to exactly the way they were. It provided me with the „quiet“ time to take a breath, make a personal inventory of what were just irritations in my life until now, and at the end-of-the day, throw them overboard.

As one example, I have lost a long-standing Swiss friend (of 23 years) who‘s views were not the same as mine over getting the vaccination (I got mine as soon as I could, as I‘m in the high-risk group).

When they couldn‘t understand why I didn‘t want to get together after their return from Mallorca last summer, just after I‘d happily received my second jab, and were pretty shitty about it (which caused me a pretty miserable weekend), I re-evaluated that friendship, and asked myself if it had really brought me all the things I should value from a friendship. The answer was „no“. I realized that only I really listened, and they didn‘t.

If now is not the time for a new-start, in which we only do what we want, instead of what we must, then when is?
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yes. i was thankful to be living in a country without severe lockdown and was able to enjoy nature.

also thankful that i kept my job. unlike many where covid had a huge impact.

ditto for kids. i thought i'd go crazy having to juggle kids and work when daycare was shutdown, but at least there's no chance to be bored. have friends in other countries under extreme lockdown who were on their own and starting to go a bit batty.
Wow, Phil is settled down with kids now?
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