Also, I've gotten into making smoothies. I bought a smoothie machine, watched some YouTube videos and make them in different colours. I've been enjoying this a lot.
But my public life doesn't exist anymore. I have to live my life indoors for my own safety and for the safety of other people. I live with my housemates, but it still feels lonely at times because we are not "best friends", we are separate people. At least, I get to see them and talk to them in the kitchen.
I think that after the lockdown the paranoia might linger for at least a few years. It is similar to all major tragic events that have happened in the world. For instance, 9/11 in NY triggered a global sense of terror and paranoia. People started tightening regulations and became very serious about travelling. In the same sense coronavirus can have a deep impact. We might have a new regulatory system after the lockdown is over, which will redefine what freedom means to people. My ultimate hope is that someone finds a vaccine, so we can carry on with life.