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Living in France during COVID

 I still remember when last year, just before the world pandemic and the first big confinement occurred, we decided to leave to my apartment in the city and go to the countryside. Our objective was to find some calm before the storm that we knew was approaching hit. Sometimes you just sense when the tide is going turn. Oh what an idea! I was confined for over two months yet I had lots of space to be with my kids while many others all around the world were faced with the tough reality of being confined. The game changed for all of us. Prived of going out, modifying the way we work, managing children all day while juggling all of life's responsibilities. Those months I was not working but they were tough at times. Managing a couple , managing parents in law, uff! I had more internal tension than I realized back then. Lots of space to grow from there.  I do feel gratefulness for the time I spent with my children though. I also took less time on useless activities like looking too much

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