One thing that I learned during quarantine was that, you need to be okay by yourself, to be by yourself. Unlike my other extroverted counterparts, I felt content being alone, not affected by the sense of loneliness and anxiety that so many others faced going into this uncertain time. I was relieved at my calm disposition on the matter, as I recognized that there was nothing I could do to control a government’s response to a global pandemic. The only thing I could control was my attitude. So, I accepted the slow, isolatory pace of confinement.