It’s a hard story that includes resilience. I’m in the States so this may provide context. At the beginning of this year, I went to Colorado for a friends ski trip where the air was sparse at 10,000 feet and put extra effort to move. Because my job didn’t give me more than a day off and I didn’t get a return flight soon enough, I was let go. It was one of the most screwed up miscalculations I’ve made but I hopped back and took careful measures in my life to learn from it. Between the time when I was unemployed and started a new job in April, I went savage on diet and walking 2-3 hours a day. Basically, I started a hard work exercise trend from Colorado and kept going. I now work remote as a DoorDash analyst and make use of my 10 hour/4 day schedule to lose weight on Friday and do extra-curricular tasks.