What did this lock-down taught us?

The lock-down which is going little over 2 months now may have brought the world to a stand still but it certainly hasn't paused our activities in the house. In fact, it has grown manifold. Staying put at home for our own safety and also for the safety of others has made us become even more closer to our family members. Social distancing may be the new norm outside but not within our homes. We feel more knit than ever before. This is the fact which no one can deny.

There were lot of good things that has happened during this time which I would like to put it forward. Most of the household would have witnessed similar activities, if not the same.

To start with, there is some discipline now. It may be surprising but would you believe, if I say that I wake up at 6AM and so as my family members? Yes. It starts right from early morning. After our morning chores, I help my mom to get the clothes washed in our washing machine. We do use Ariel detergent at home and it has been the norm for ages. I buy the bigger pack in order to save some money. I put up 2 scoops of detergent powder in the washing machine before I switch it ON. Once it is over - usually it takes about 30-45 minutes depending on the mode I select, I remove the clothes from the washing machine after switching it off and get them dried in the sunlight.

After letting the clothes dried for 2-3 hours, I get them inside. Mom and I fold them neatly and stack it up in our wardrobes. I can proudly say that I #ShareTheLaundry and when you #ShareChoresMultiplyLove is the natural phenomenon that happens. Try this and see the magic unfolds in front of your eyes.

Me using the Ariel then(2015) and now(2020).

Take a look at this to see as to how one could help their family/parents during this testing times

My work doesn't and here. I order groceries online. I purchase fruits/veggies from the street vendors and also get home the water can. I avoid going outside as much as I could. I urge my readers to follow the same because it is always better to be safe than sorry.

I will #ShareTheLoad and help in household chores in association with Ariel India and BlogAdda