I feel occupied.

But I suppose this feeling is no different to any other day.

I guess its importance is contextual.

I feel occupied, but not busy.

I think being occupied as probably more important than busyness.

Occupied reinforces a sense of wholeness.

While busy is a bit too loose to fill the void.

We’re all adapting.

But I guess in saying I’m occupied, I can at least feel somewhat whole.

And that’s an important step.

One we all should endeavour to achieve.


Joint PhD Candidate Business & Management at Manchester & Melbourne| MSc UCL Science, Technology and Society | BA (Hons) QMUL Human Geography |