Interacting with people in person. Being in a classroom with my students.
Hugs and social connection
Freedom to travel
Hanging out with people
Having a nice meal outside.
Walking around and seeing things. Exploring cities. The thought of being able to travel anywhere in the world.
Being freely outside and with family and friends :)
The feeling of freedom when outdoors
Hanging out with people
Going out for a drink with friends.
Family and friends
Movement, travel, interaction with others in real life, the absence of concern.
I miss going out to our local restaurant in Nærum.
Meeting my family and friends.
Meeting my boyfriend and spending quality time together
Having some beer outside with friends
My daughter of 8.
My loved ones! An introvert at heart, I still miss the quality time spent with the ones close to my heart. A lot.
Hanging out with my family and friends.
Just go out, work and socialize
Spending quality time with people
Seeing friends and quick trips to the store.
I'm studying product design and the most valuable part of my school are tutorings. Talking face to face with the teachers about our projects, woodworking in the workshop, just regular design process. I know that it can be done online as well, but there is something missing, it just doesn't seem right
travels, my family, friends, freedom
Going out to eat sushi
Meeting friends and family
1. Freedom of movement. 2. Talking to people face to face
Having help with cleaning
Interacting with people. Our day to day lives depend on human interaction and not being able to see our loved ones, friends or co-workers in person really effects ones mental state. You miss the little things that are happening in each other's lives. Everything is a reflection rather than a real time story
Eating out and the ease of getting groceries
Being able to see my friends and share a nice meal
Not thinking twice about where I go and how I get there
Small things - working at a coffee shop, meeting a friend for lunch.
Being able to see family in person and not just over video chat
Interacting in person with people.
Being in the presence of my family. Especially when they need me.
Learning random new things in conversation
Oh, so much. I miss rolling out my yoga mat in the studio and sweating in community with everyone else. I miss riding my bike or taking the Metro to work. I miss buying my lunch from the "Hippie Grandma" and saying hi to all the familiar faces that make up my everyday life. I miss being able to buy a plane ticket somewhere and just fly off. I miss waking up in the morning without the sense of existential dread that I feel every day.
I miss talking deeply about something intimately, with a close friend. I miss my adventures in nature.
Face to face conversations, giving and getting hugs, and not being cautious about other peoples distance. I am fortunate to have a big garden, and I invite local friends (one at the time) to bring their lunch and a cup for tee or coffee, then we sit and chat at two-three meters distance.
Going to my favorite bookshop and cafe.
Being able to be close to my mother
walking outside and doing sport
family and spontaneity of choice- my day is more structured
my church friends
Physical contact with others.
Having the freedom to move around locally, nationally and globally
My friend, Emma, and the sea.
going out to watch movies, meet friends
buying coffee at convenience store
Going out without fear
Going out to restaurants. My commute to work was also my daily exercise so I miss that.
Hugs and kisses, and going from meeting to meeting - in person.
My boyfriend, Night out with friends, Grocery shopping without anxiety
Going out for meals and walks
the social connection, specially the neighborhood relationships you have
seeing and hugging my family and my close friends.
Going out for dinner with friends
Going out and socializing with humans
The doodling around, like going to sports and ending up having a coffee somewhere and then meeting a friend.. so kind of not having a plan. Now it seems like we need do have plans and schedules and structure to stay normal.
Family, friends, going out for dinner, knowing what lies ahead.
seeing friends and social gatherings
Working in my workshop with my friends
board game nights/socializing
Nothing. This time is precious
Little things like casual, impromptu socialising outside.
The person who left me to be with God.
Medium sized gatherings with family and friends
the sun on my skin, the hiking.
Hanging out with friends
going out on dinner
Personal space and time to reflect
interviews, quality internet, travel & shopping
Spending time with close friends and family in a more unstructured way. Hanging out, doing activities, just being around one another without the structure of a video call where you both stay static in front of the camera for hours on end.
To be with my friends
Wife doing the shopping comfortably
Being together in bigger groups
hugging my friends
Being outside. Meeting people in real life.
Hanging out with friends outside in this weather
Concerts!!! Live music's is a really big part of my life. I just watch through Instagram live now but it's not the same.
Going out to dinner with family and friends.
My significant other—we were separated in different countries when borders shut down.
Going out to friends houses
Going out to eat at restaurants, exploring the city and hanging out with my friends
My family and friends
The choice to do what I want. ie. see friends
All the stores being open
My fitness and my instructor
Just sitting in a café drinking coffee and chating and The possiblility to give my family a hug.
Long hikes or walks around the country.
the freedom to move
Seeing my friends
I miss seeing my friends and relatives... Hugging, and just being together.
Hanging out with my friends in real life and not though a screen
Freedom of movement
Some travel to engage context shifting and new inspirations. Leaving home once a month would more than suffice.
Social interaction, some public places I usually visit