Beanie level: Entertainer-in-training

The Queen’s speech is so comforting and encouraging I started tearing up. This is what the world needs to hear.

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GOT7 is coming back and the concept looks amazing 💚💚💚💚💚💚💚
@hades @isthatacorner @swetajoshi95

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Eric Nam is doing a livestream concert/talk now 🙂

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I don’t even like coffee but watching people try to make Dalgona coffee is hilarious. Henry is so cute.

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Today is Jackson’s birthday 🎉🎉🎉 So proud to stan such a kind, humble, hardworking, and talented man. If you haven’t heard his latest song, give it a listen. This song may be his best yet 💚

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Benefits of working from home:
No long commutes
Business casual takes on a whole new meaning (business on the top for those skype meetings and casual on the bottom 😅🤫)

Dangers of working from home:
When you\’re sharing your screen during a meeting and your computer betrays you by letting something kpop-related flash across the screen and you just about die of embarrassment 😳😳😳

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Music March Day 23. Thought you all might enjoy this 😄

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I\’m getting really excited that I get to go to the grocery store this week. I haven\’t left the house in about a week and a half 😭 Any recommendations for snacks to buy to make the lockdown bearable?

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Another kdrama: coronavirus edition
100 Million Rolls of TP from Costco

A story of a rude chaebol who stocks up on toilet paper and other essentials leaving nothing for anyone else. There\’s no romance. No sweet candy teaches him the error of his ways. He just lives alone and selfish for the rest of his life… however long that may be. Will he catch the virus or will the 100 million rolls of TP protect him?

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Kdramas: coronavirus edition
I Will go to You when the Quarantine is Over
A drama about a young married couple who are separated by the coronavirus when one travels to a foreign country on business and becomes stuck there when the country goes on a quarantine due to COVID-19.

Anyone else want to play? Change the title of a drama and write a brief description.

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Now that California is on lockdown and I have to work from home indefinitely, I kind of want to go stay with my parents until this whole thing is over but I\’m not sure if I can go visit them because of the lockdown and even if I can, I feel like I shouldn\’t because what if I\’m carrying the virus and they get sick because of me?? 😭😭😭

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    Oh, I totally get that. Now that we’re officially working from home a part of me considered going back home but didn’t for the same reasons. As much as I love living alone, the isolation is starting to get to me a tiny bit (and I LOVE being alone. I live for isolation. Its the not having a choice in the matter that makes me want to go out and lick a stranger)

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    That is a hard decision. Just what ever is right for your family. I think you can still go even though it is in lockdown, though I could be mistaken. Some people will have to deliver food to others.

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    I think you can still go out, it just has to be at a distance from others. I’ve been walking my imaginary dog in the early morning to get some exercise.

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    We’re on lockdown here too and I can’t decide if I want to go to my mother’s place as well. I’d rather not be alone, and I feel bad leaving her (though as far as I can tell she’s just facetiming her sisters all day) but there is NOTHING to do at her place and I can’t work there. But I also worry that I’m carrying and I get her sick, so I’d rather be safe. (I also don’t want to become a murderer and I’m pretty sure our limit of one another is 3 days.) I’m thinking if I get too stir crazy then maybe by midweek I’ll go.

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      I’m more used to living with my parents than without them since I only started living on my own two months ago (kind of regretting that decision now 😕) It would be a lot more fun for me to be quarantined at home with them. But since they are older, I don’t want to put them at risk.

      I hope you are able to come to a good decision. It’s a tough choice. Stay safe and healthy.

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        I’ve lived on my own for nearly eight years, but my mother is close by and I stay with her one night a week because I work by her two days a week. I see her a lot, so it’s strange to not see her. Even when I was home last week I was making her keep her distance and it was strange. I think the last time I didn’t see her for this long was when she was in India for nearly two months. I want to go home for her more than for me, because she’s very social naturally and I can tell this is killing her. But I also have a lot of work, and a new project, and I know I’ll work better at my own place. So it’s tricky. I may go for a few days but I’m wary.

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    ahhh i feel this. ive been wondering whether i should do the same. but if i stay in my apartment where i live alone, i can run errands for them if necessary without tisking to infect them which will be pointless if i stay with them…

    im starting a full on self quarantine just in case once i get my last delivery hopefully on monday. im already home all the time, but there will be no other contact with the outside world for two weeks (no takeout, delivery, groceries, walks). if i HAD the thing, itd be gone after two weeks. then if i wanted to, i could go back to my parents (assuming my car is corona free).

    im guessing ill be able to handle a few weeks by myself but if this keeps up for months ill regret not going back home.

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    I know the feeling. I don’t live with my dad but I see him every weekend because we spend it together. Not now that we are in a lockdown. It will be my third week without seeing him, and I really don’t like it.
    But I have to say this: don’t go and visit. As hard as it is. Stay home and don’t go out.
    I live in Spain and the situation is getting dramatic here.
    I have to go out to the office because I still cannot work at home (hope it is solved by Monday) and even if I’m not worried because I take all the precautions and so does my company (our posts are disinfected twice a day and we’re only 12 people working where we used to be 95 and we keep distances), the moment I am home, I won’t be out but only once a week.
    Please stay home and stay strong.

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    Things are so uncertain now, and that is probably one of the hardest parts of the situation. That’s good you talk to your parents everyday but it’s difficult to stay away from family especially at a time like this. Hang in there! I think we just have to wait things out and hopefully the social distancing and all will have a positive impact

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@isthatacorner I hope this brightens your day a little 💚🤗

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And here’s another one of my favorite Irish groups to wish you a happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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I decided to participate in Music March today in honor of St. Patrick’s Day ☘️ Happy St. Patrick’s Day beanies. I hope you have a safe and enjoyable holiday 🙂

@isthatacorner 😍

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Here are Eric Nam’s recommendations for what to listen to while we’re all stuck at home.

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I just started Memorist and it\’s reminding me so much of He Is Psychometric.

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Happy Belated International Women’s Day 💕💕💕
(Thought you all might enjoy this 🙂)

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I finally finished CLOY 😭😭😭 I can\’t believe they only get to see each other two weeks a year 💔
Also, Switzerland looks gorgeous and I want to go there now.

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