I've always worked from home but I did travel a good bit for my job. That pretty much dropped to almost zero in the last year. I actually had to go to a client on the east coast of Florida this week. It was nice to get out to be honest but I don't miss the weeks of dealing with airports, rental cars and hotel stays. One thing Covid has actually done for me is allowed me to spend even more time at home than before, I've got to be here for my oldest son's last year before he heads to college so that's been great. I got in the best shape of my life because I took up cycling and got healthy so I could run more regularly. So those things have been great. I don't really want to go back to an intense travel schedule again so I'll have to see how that works out once things start to return to normal. Other than that, I basically live my life as normally as I can. I'm not scared of getting Covid (pretty our whole family already had it back in July) but I do dislike how the media, politicians and politically motivated people have hijacked good sense and logic, so I try not to watch or read much news about the "pandemic". I go shopping when I need to go shopping, try to be smart but for the most part, I despise having to be anywhere requiring me to have a diaper strapped to my face so I well swerve those types of situations as best I can. Florida has actually been a great state for keeping some level of sanity for people. We have one of the lowest rates of infection per capita in the country and we've not had to be Nazi's about lockdowns, masks, etc.....
I miss being able to go to concerts, I miss seeing sporting events with large crowds and I was actually supposed to travel to the UK last summer with the family and was hoping to get to Liverpool but that's likely off the books even for this year now.
Oh and one final plus....we got a new puppy at Christmas. He's a Bassett Hound named Moses and he's the best dog ever. So Covid hasn't been all bad although I have lost someone that was close to me from it, may she rest in peace and I pray for all of the people having to deal with it because although numbers wise, it's really not something to get all torqued up about in my opinion, I do realize that if you are affected by it, the numbers and statistics don't matter, only what's happening to you at that time matters and for that I feel for people.