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2020 looking back for many as resolutions factor in Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic appears to have formed New Year goals for various residents.

The pandemic brought about enormous changes. The issues confronted and exercises scholarly as the Covid upset lives and ways of life clearly reflect in certain goals.

“I’ve been taking my online classes very lightly because I thought that this is temporary and I would get serious when everything goes back to the way it used to be. Now, I realize that this is the way forward. I have to adapt and strive harder. I learn better with face-to-face or classroom teaching methods. This year, I have made a resolution to be better at online learning and to seek out technological tools to help me with it,” said Aakash Sharma, a student.

Telecommuting has caused numerous issues however over the better piece of a year ago, individuals have attempted to sort out some way to benefit as much as possible from the circumstance.

Neha Kawade, an IT proficient, stated, “It was difficult to work from home. It took a while for everyone to understand that even though we are at home, we have to go about doing our own work. There were many times that I had to multitask and I could not give my undivided attention to the task at hand. My New Year resolution is to manage my time in a better way so that it does not affect my productivity at work.”

Sandeep Mangaonkar, BPO worker, stated, “During the lockdown, I realized how much effort goes into household chores. I started helping out around the house, and I learnt how to cook basic recipes like dal and chawal. My resolution for the New Year is to become more independent and learn how to cook more dishes.”

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