Life Without A Phone: During Quarantine

Imagine having a phone during one of the craziest times in the 21st century, could never be me!

We have been in quarantine for two months now and not having a phone during quarantine is not that bad. Yes, of course, it has it’s fair shares of ups and downs but I just got to make the most of it to fit my needs.

Here are some of the pros of not having a phone. Not having social media has been very beneficial because I do not have to be spending my day scrolling through pages. Another thing that I can do is that I get to spend more time with my family. Lastly, I can watch more episodes of Grey’s Anatomy.

A major con of not having a phone is not being able to talk to friends that I would see every day during school. To be honest, it gets kind of lonely because I spend the whole day with family and when I do talk to someone from school, it’s only for a few minutes. Another con is that there is no personal way for me to document this pandemic.

Overall, no phone during quarantine has been interesting. It has been a roller coaster of an experience with many challenges. Like every person I am just taking this day by day, living in the moment.

Divina Wembi

Divina Wembi is 14 years old and was born on October 16, 2004. Wembi has four siblings: two brothers and two sisters. She grew up in Malden. Wembi’s favorite actor is Tom Holland, although she enjoys the other Marvel movies as well. Wembi enjoys reading and track. She also likes the television show F.R.I.E.N.D.S. Her favorite book is The Hate U Give and her favorite class is English. Reading and writing was not why she chose to be a part of The Blue and Gold. It was her interest in photography.

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