• Watch movies you've always wanted to
  • Watch movies your friends recommended that you said you'd watch but never planned to
  • Read the news and try not to panic
  • Play video games
  • Write that book you've always wanted to
  • Catch up on some sleep
  • Build that product
  • Catch up with friends via the internet of course
  • Start exercising to get your post-isolation body ready
  • Spend time with family who aren't sick
  • Read those books
  • Sleep some more
  • Rewatch your favourite movies
  • Learn useful skills from Youtube
  • Update Windows
  • Unpack that suitcase
  • Sleep even more
  • Ignore the sounds of your neighbours arguing about food
  • Write that song you've always wanted to
  • Throw away the calendars because time is just a concept created by man and it hurts too much to see the months go by
  • Go on a diet, not by choice
  • Pretend those screams from next door were all a bad dream
  • Finally learn to whistle
  • Don't connect the dots when you smell a barbecue
  • Fix the locks on those windows. Add a few more just in case. Everywhere.
  • Learn to sleep lightly
  • Learn to go without sleep, when it's been a few days since you've last seen any smoke from next door's windows
  • Learn to say no, when your neighbour wants to hang out
  • Begin to enjoy silence, extreme silence that might convince them you've died. No wait they might just break the doors down then.
  • Be loud
  • Move into your bathroom
  • Ponder the meaning of life and if our existence on this tiny ball of rock really matters to the universe at large. Even though you've always known it doesn't you just like to pretend otherwise but now that the life that keeps you away from these thoughts has vanished and your neighbour has become less friendly you can't keep pretending. It was all pointless in the end and this is how you die, afraid and in the fetal position in your tub waiting to be someone's source of protein.