Amy, congratulations on making excellent use of your time and circumstances!
If you're doing anything new, or just thinking about doing it, I'd love to hear about it!
I'm enjoying doing many things... small steps forward every day, and an occasional big one. Here's a few examples:
My work involves frequent travel. The current situation gifted me more continuous weeks at home than I've had in years. What an opportunity - more time with my wife and family! I'm also fortunate that some of my work can and does continue remotely. I'm using this opportunity to help my clients see how effective we can be remotely, with intention to maintain more remote work and reduce travel frequency even after the current situation passes.
I recently reassessed my goals, celebrated those I completed over the last few months, and narrowed my focus on what I want to accomplish in the next few months.
Garden things: It's planting time in Montana! I have onion sets overdue to plant outside, and I hope to complete that this week. I'm also starting seedlings, and cloning others from cuttings, to be ready to transplant in 4-6 weeks. My microgreens growing system spent the last year starved for attention, so I'm restarting it... cilantro, sunflower, yum!
Food things: I enjoy buying eggs and mushrooms from fantastic local vendors. Despite the current challenges, my wife has been able to arrange delivery or pickup of those items, to continue our support for local vendors and our enjoyment of their excellent products. My wife is also working with our teenage children to shift our meal planning in better and better directions.
Future things: I've been on a long quest for a piece of land suitable for the next steps in my life. I found it in January, and we closed the deal remotely this week. I'm working on a permaculture design for that property. It's four hours away, and there are many things I can't do without traveling there (make an accurate contour map for example), but there are so many things involved in good design that I can do.
Family things: I've used zoom to setup conversations with family members around the world, play games together, and simply connect. I suppose there's no reason I couldn't have done this before, but somehow the current circumstances gave me a poke to do it.
I guess that was more than "a few" examples.
The essence of that list in my mind is that I'm consciously engaging myself in things every day to move forward. This is productive, and it's also protective from the anxiety pandemic that's raging around us. I notice that anxiety pandemic is far more contagious than the medical pandemic.
Life is wonderful, even when I find speed bumps.
So many opportunities, so much to do and enjoy, so much joy and learning I can share.