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Wednesday, 11 November 2020

Your Future Post-COVID

Right now, it can be challenging to plan for the future... However, it is still essential to think about it, and actually, the COVID-19 pandemic could help you to do this. While several things may have changed in your life this year including not going to university or travelling, the pandemic has also provided you with more time, which means that you can save money. It has also allowed you to think about what you want in life. you weren't Perhaps you weren't doing something you loved before, so in a way, this pandemic could be a blessing in disguise. While there are many negatives to this pandemic, you need to remember that it won't last forever. 

Take Control Of What You Can 

Focus on taking control of the things you can rather than focusing on what may or may not happen. You can exercise, save money, find a new job, spend time with those who you live with as well as spending more time outdoors. Make the most of this strange time and use it wisely. What happens now could make a massive difference down the line. Even if you're not ready to buy a house just yet, you can work out what you need to do to get there; you can research loans for homeowners, look at mortgage calculators and even look at houses online to get an idea of what you want. 

Don't expect to revert back to 'normal.'

You can't expect to just go back to the way things were. However, at some point, life will begin to adjust to a new normal, whatever that may be. You need to accept that things will change and the future will be different; however, some of these things will be better than they were before and will bring new opportunities. While you might not like it at first, as long as you don't set your expectations too high or give yourself false expectations that things will go back to the way they were, then you won't be disappointed.  

Think about your purpose

The pandemic has made a lot of people think about their priorities in life and what they want to do with it. Have you had time to do this? If not, then maybe now is the time to do it. It could be that the pandemic has made you realize that you want to do more to help people, maybe you're now considering a career in healthcare or charity work? Perhaps you had planned to move away from your family and friends, and this situation has made you think twice about doing this. Maybe you were going to travel, but since the pandemic, you feel uneasy about this or are now worrying about the effects that this will have on the environment. Don't worry if you've changed your mind, it's okay to do that and totally understandable. 

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