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I have been staying at home since 7 months and my average day routine has been staying the same but different from pre covid. Since I go to bed late at night I get up late in the morning. Before leaving my bed I do a short prayer and head to the washroom for the nature call as well to refresh up myself. From there I head to the kitchen for breakfast during that point of time all my family members had even finished with their launch and left for their own businesses. Therefore I had to make breakfast for myself otherwise normally my sister make. Then I go back to my room holding breakfast in my hand and finish it there. Under this unprecedented situation I am working particularly on three areas trying my best to make it as best as I can. I. Diligently studying English language. This language is extremely important for me as I work abroad hence putting lot of effort to make it as crisp as possible. Therefore, I practice for about 2 hours of this language. II. As I have plenty free time. I am practicing my typing skills at the same time. Within several months my typing pace has increased immensely and I'm so happy about that. In the afternoon I spend time working on my typing skill. After that i give myself a break. During break time I make a call to some of my friends and talk with them. I feel so good when I get hear them. It makes my day. Thirdly and last task of the day but not the least. III. As I really wish to become a great Youtuber vlooger one day I watch similiar videos on youtube. However, I spend good amount of time learning editing skills. I am in the beginning stage hence so I have been getting familiar with the editing apps which I have bought it. By this time it's already night and I go to bed. This is what my average day looks like at the moment. I really appreciate it so much for taking out time and reading my terrible way of explaining my average day. God bless you.
Oct 5, 2020 11:00 AM
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I have been staying at home for the past 7 months and my average daily routine has been slightly different from my pre-covid routine. Since I go to bed late at night, I get up late in the morning. Before leaving my bed I do a short prayer and head to the washroom to answer the call of nature, as well as to freshen up. From there I head to the kitchen for breakfast. At this point in time all my family members have finished their lunch and have left to attend to their own business. Therefore, I have to make breakfast for myself, otherwise normally my sister makes it for me. Then I bring my breakfast back to my room and finish it in there. During this unprecedented situation, I am working particularly hard in the following three areas to improve at them as much as I can. I. I am diligently studying English. This language is extremely important to me as I work abroad. Hence I put in lots of effort to make myself as fluent as possible. Therefore, I practice English for about 2 hours a day. II. As I have plenty of free time, I am also practicing my typing skills. Within several months my typing speed has increased immensely and I'm so happy about that. In the afternoon I spend time working on my typing skills. After that I give myself a break. During my break I call some of my friends and talk with them. I feel so good when I get to hear them. It makes my day. Thirdly, the last but not least task of the day. III. As I really wish to become a great Youtube vlogger one day I watch similiar videos on Youtube to the ones I want to make. However, I also spend a good amount of time learning editing skills. I am in the beginning stages so I have been trying to get familiar with the editing apps I have bought. By this time it's already night and I go to bed. This is what my average day looks like at the moment. I really appreciate it so much for you taking the time to read my terrible way of explaining my average day. God bless you.
This is very well written! I only changed a few unnatural expressions but the rest is really, really good! 😁
October 8, 2020
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