What did you do in the 6 months after lockdown?

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From March to September I didn't really do a whole lot. There were some online university exams to do but they were dumbed down to be easy enough to do at home.

I'm a bit worried that I have lazed through summer. I suspect some people have achieved a lot. What great things have you done so I can pinch the ideas and say I did them too?!
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(Original post by Alstoo)
From March to September I didn't really do a whole lot. There were some online university exams to do but they were dumbed down to be easy enough to do at home.

I'm a bit worried that I have lazed through summer. I suspect some people have achieved a lot. What great things have you done so I can pinch the ideas and say I did them too?!
Doubt you can pinch the ideas of what I did :lol:
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I’ve done 70 hour weeks for 5-6 months and have got enough saved up so that I’ll never have to work again throughout uni (just finished 1st year). Saved about £12k which is nice.
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Where did you work if you don't mind me asking! Well done for earning that much money.
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I’ve done 70 hour weeks for 5-6 months and have got enough saved up so that I’ll never have to work again throughout uni (just finished 1st year). Saved about £12k which is nice.
Dude what job was this May I ask
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F all mate.
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Dude what job was this May I ask
Only a £9 per hour job working in a warehouse.
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l went shopping for new clothes and shoes and nice food l bought some new stuff for my home as well
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Ngl I did some prereading/studying for my modules next year and watched Waterloo Road on Iplayer
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After uni exams, I did online learning, art, learned to cook, and lots of Netflix
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Doubt you can pinch the ideas of what I did :lol:
What did you do? Wondering.
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What did you do? Wondering.
Passed the last few months of being a junior doctor and became a consultant...

My training literally ends this year, what a coincidence so I had to cover specialties that I wouldn't otherwise work for - it was a humbling experience and I have learnt a lot.
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Finished my uni course in May > Started applying to jobs in June > Received my graduation certificate in July > Brought another hamster > Kept applying to jobs > Brought an additional hamster > Started a permanent job contract in September
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-finished my level 3 qual
- got into uni
- spent loads of time on TSR
- played 250 hours of Animal Crossing :hide:
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I did a couple of virtual internships although, I probably should have used it more productively in hindsight.
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I got back into painting, wasted ridiculous amounts of my time on TSR, started exercising more. Also spent lots of time at the barn.
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Took up drinking and depression
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Does catching up on the sleep I lost at uni from September to March count?
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