This week’s new Dustinland comic is about quarantine and groceries and people who have already caught the bug and waited two weeks and are now free, sort of…
Speaking of food, what staple are you currently missing? I need eggs. Also I read that baby chicks are selling out at farm supply stores. Who knew? You can’t buy eggs or the things that make them. I wonder which problem came first…
Quarantine means working from home — at least for those lucky white collar peeps such as myself. And as we are trapped inside safely, not forced to risk our asses for everyone else like so many essential workers are right now, many of them severely underpaid and unappreciated, those of us unfamiliar with this kind of work style are learning that we need tricks to successfully WFH. This new Dustinland comic is about a new one I just discovered! Maybe not sustainable but for now, it feels pretty right.
This new Dustinland comicis about how optimistic and pessimistic outlooks affect how you’re doing during times of crisis. Namely, this huge global pandemic that is absolutely fucking everyone’s shit up right now. Fun times!
Posted in philosophy
Tagged anxiety, corona, corona virus, covid-19, depression, mental health, mindfulness, optimism, pessimism, philosophy, stress
Has your birthday been cancelled due to the virus? How about your kid’s? Well, this week’s new Dustinland comic is for you. Fun times. But hey, you gotta laugh, or you’re gonna cry.
Stay safe, everyone!
Posted in parenthood
Tagged birthday, cancelled, corona, corona virus, covid-19, dad life, fatherhood, nintendo, nintendo switch, pandemic, parenthood, parenting, parents, raising children, raising kids, switch, virus
Here’s a new Dustinland comic about the coronavirus! Ah yes, fun times. Who doesn’t love a good pandemic mixed in with some quarantine action. But yeah, I don’t have any extra background on this strip, although I will say that this article is very interesting, and taught me that there have in fact been multiple coronaviruses, including SARS and others that were essentially little more than colds.