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since quarantine hit and i had to move out of my studio space for a bit, i moved back home to work with my two teenagers who were completing school virtually. this is a depiction of my day to day these past couple of weeks once my husband leaves for work.
My pets have always provided comfort and joy to me, and that feeling especially rings true at the moment. During this time of uncertainty and sadness, my cat Finn keeps me sane and grounded. Spending time with him – even just watching him nap on the porch – calms me, and I feel like it’s all going to be okay. He’s there for everything my husband and I do, and I cherish his constant companionship each day. This map is a testament to Finn, illustrating his funny, irreverent, charming personality and his steadfast love. In memory of Ben Levie, my father and fellow cat lover.
From a young age, I've always been drawn to mascots. There's something about their big goofy smiling faces that has always made me smile. About three years ago, I moved to South Korea to teach English and while living there and traveling to Japan, I learned that mascots were an everyday part of people's lives and I wanted in. I decided to create my own mascot to represent myself and my travel adventures online and went all in writing and drawing regularly after moving home to the States. Late February of this year, I moved to Canada to live with my boyfriend and almost immediately got stuck indoors. While my routine hasn't changed all that much from before, I've only seen two aspects of Canada: cold winter and quarantine! :) I've decided to make the best of this indoor life here and I created these mascots, The Quaranteenies to represent this crazy time and reflect on my past life traveling.
My illustration is about our life during this phase of a global pandemic. I am a lazy person but I have been doing some amazing things in this isolation. Years down the lane when i stumble upon this piece it will remind of the ample time i could use for myself and all the positive things i learnt in this period of time. I'm using this opportunity to do things which i could not do earlier due to lack of time. Right from cooking to decluttering to creating new content to having my own mini garden and unleashing the artist in me, its been great. I am Healing along with nature and hoping for better days to come and to make more out of our lives in future .
During this quarantine period i got the chance to finally touch and read the books i wanted to. These books helped me stay positive in such mental breakdown environment. I find a bliss while reading such motivational and inspiring books.
Spending more time at home has me making more trips to the imaginary junk food truck than I'd like to admit. The added stress that this pandemic has brought on has me wondering if I am actually hungry or if I am stressed. Knowing how I feel before I reach for a sweet snack has given me more awareness of both my eating habits and my emotions. This allows for more self care and healthier choices overall.
This story about me and my best Friend or everyone else who is just going the same we are going to.
We really had so many plans and goals for this year but this year turned out something else,teching us
so many things.we didn't even imagine a year or life gonna this way.Everyday we wake up to telling
ourselves that this is over soon.
I based this illustration on a phrase Bethany Simons said in a podcast about the quarantine. I believe each one of us has had a different experience. We're all lost and waiting, and our only "north" is to stay at home. But we should be aware that every person has faced different challenges, and has managed it the way they could.