Schlagwort: Self-isolation

My Corona Chronicles

Germany, Zeven: Alexandra Wiese, 18, student

7 | Essay-collection by students of a 12th grade English course

Right now it is 9 am, for me still a bit early in the morning, and I am starting my routine as usual in this time. If you’re wondering what I mean: The Corona-Virus, which first appeared in China, developed into a pandemic pretty fast and is now distributed into an amount of countries: France, Italy, England, the US and of course my native country Germany

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The circle of desire and I

Germany, Zeven: Anita Kappes, 18, student

4 | Essay-collection by students of a 12th grade English course

Human desire is something strange, isn’t it? It is an eternal circle in life that goes round and round without ever stopping just like the heart that never stops. When you are out in public, you long for loneliness, for time just for yourself. However, once you are in self-isolation and sitting at home all alone, you miss the crowded places and want to go back. We always

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My Self-Isolation aka Raining Cats And Yoga

Germany, Zeven: Lotta Corleis, 18, student

1 | Essay-collection by students of a 12th grade English course

Lockdown is a strange situation no one ever prepares you for. Consequently, when they announced in the news how Germany would go into an indefinite period of isolating everyone whose job is not relevant to society my first reaction was anger. How dare this corona virus destroy all the plans I had made now that I had finally turned 18?! Ali, whose massive cat body was

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