A river surrounded by houses and people on bikes. The floor is covered in snow, and it looks like a Europian country like Finland or Denmark.

Why You Should Have a Post-COVID Wishlist

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I read the blog post below, and it got me thinking. What is my post-COVID wishlist? I was supposed to be travelling to Corfu for my 30th birthday, but that got cancelled today. It would have been my first time abroad, too. (I know, I’m very sheltered).

I guess that would be a good one to start with. Post-COVID, I would like to travel to Corfu. There are also many other things I would like to do, including but most definitely not limited to…

  • See my mum
  • Talk to a stranger
  • Smile at strangers (I love smiling at people)
  • Hug a stranger
  • Go to a restaurant
  • Get drunk in a pub and/or nightclub (I don’t normally go on a night out, but I am ready for one).
  • Watch a movie at the cinema, and I’d love to go and see Mortal Kombat when it’s released.
  • Go to a live gig. Hopefully, I will be able to see Guns and Roses if they don’t postpone. However, My Chemical Romance has apparently postponed until next year. I also have a comedy gig lined up that’s performed outside, so we should be good for that.

There are probably many more things that I’m dying to do, but this list is the things that spring to mind.

What would you love to do post-COVID? Is there anything you are aching to get back to? Let me know in the comments, and also check out the blog this post was inspired by.

As we approach a year of our lives being turned upsidedown by the pandemic, it’s easy to become saddened by all of the things we have missed out on …

Why You Should Have a Post-COVID Wishlist

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