Sarah talks about the positive side of home quarantine
While the COVID-19 pandemic has restricted people’s daily lives, pop star Sarah Geronimo believes that we could still make the most of our time while toughing the crisis out at home.
One could pick up a new skill or two, give cooking or baking a try or just get into things we have been putting off for a long time, Sarah suggested.
“Instead of dwelling on negative things, let’s come up with ways to improve our home life,” she said in a statement announcing her partnership with the appliance brand Hanabishi, which now takes online orders and offers shipping and delivery.
Sarah also urged everyone to continue supporting people working on the front lines. “Let’s help our front-liners and government in these trying times,” she said.
On a personal note, the newly married music artist said that having this free time at home has been helping her and her husband, Matteo Guidicelli, get used to married life. “We are given enough time to get to know each other better and I think it’s important that we learn to adjust to each other,” she pointed out.
Sarah also continues to lend her voice and crowd-drawing cachet to online fundraising shows that benefit COVID-19 relief operations and programs, like the “Pantawid ng Pag-ibig: At Home Together” concert.
“We (she and Matteo) both share a passion for music, so we’re happy to be part of that,” the 31-year-old singer-actress said.
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