“36 Hours In (fill in the blank)” was first started by editors in New York Times. Since we are encouraged to self isolate for social distancing, this exercise helps us to focus and put meaning into our new schedule. We are encouraged to share how we spend our weekend of 36 hours. This assumes we spend our weekends differently from our weekdays. We can list down religiously how we spend each hour for all our 36 hours. Or we can group several hours together collectively and accord that time spent on a single activity.
36 Hours in _.
Saturday’s 24 hours –
I woke up at 6 am. I did meditation, shopping for some groceries, cooking, washing up, blogging, typing two pages of fiction, read newspapers, cooked dinner and ended my day at 11 pm.
The only unusual happening was that I overheard the supermarket checkout cashier talking about trying her luck applying for a new job by attending an interview.
Sunday’s 12 hours –
I woke up at 7 am. I did meditation, shopping for some groceries, cooking, washing up, and researching online for meaningful writing prompts during Covid-19. This is how I chanced upon NYT’s article about “12 Ideas For Writing Through The Pandemic with The New York Times:.
This is how I passed 36 Hours this weekend in my home. If you write about your “36 Hours in -“, please leave your weblink in the comment section.