At the end of 2019 I wrote down a list of some of my goals and things I wanted to do in 2020. The way I do my goals is I write down big overarching goals and one of those was “stay at home more.” From there I listed bullet points like cook more and go on more walks. Obviously with this I’ve checked that box. I’ve just really enjoyed being in my own space more. I see myself, even whenever the world starts opening up more, spending more time at home regardless. I’ve been cooking damn near every day, which has been a great creative outlet for me. I’ve cooked more in 2020 than I have in my entire life. Finding recipes online, trying new things — that’s been huge.
Thinking back to January-February, it was palpable throughout the city that there was an energy in Fort Worth. My theory is once we get back to a semblance of normalcy people are going to make it a point to support local businesses and mom & pop’s here in Fort Worth even more so than before. Because of this pandemic people are realizing how important their dollars are in these small economies to the local restaurants and retailers.Jonathan Morris
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