If you are in isolation for Corona Virus, you don't need to be alone. We are here on A Bigger Life ready for a chat!
We just shared a video from Stoma Care Nurse @Louise with some tips on having an online/virtual appointment with your stoma nurse. Check it out here: https://abiggerlife.com/its-a-start/preparing-for-your-virtual-nurse-appointment
have you had a virtual appointment? Tell us how you got on.
I was lucky that I saw my stoma nurse before the lockdown, and I can email if need be. It is a great idea though to have virtual appointments. I think as the days go on then boredom might set in but at the moment I can catch up with house work and Netflix ;)
So far, I seem to have escaped the worst, and am working from home.
However, due to the hours I work, I'm pretty stuffed about food shopping, and so by the time I get to them, the shelves have been stripped bare by human locusts!
My job seems safe as I am in a financially dependent role, so if I dont work, we have a LOT of upset landlords!
Boredom is the worst for me at home ...I'm so used to being in a noisy environment, I can't get used to the peace and solitude of living on my own.
Hey, it's only for around three more months!
It's weird adjusting to working from home. Everyone on the A Bigger Life team is doing that too. We have a video call every morning just to see each other and have a quick chat. I've found that helpful.
For your shopping, I know lots of local help groups have sprung up on Facebook. You might find a group there that can help with shopping. In my town lots of smaller local shops are doing home deliveries too.
Send us your top three recommendations on Netflix! There is so much choice I spend more time deciding than watching!
At the moment, I'm currently watching box sets of Friday Night Dinner, The Crown and Red Dwarf.
Not to everyones tastes however .... but then I'm wierd