No one enjoys being stuck at home during a global pandemic, except for dogs and some introverts. But no matter how many times you've screamed at yourself or your significant other or your kids or your houseplants, or eaten a box of dry cereal at 2 am, or cried in a company-wide zoom call, it could always be worse (for example, you could be an essential worker). If there's one thing we're all learning in this challenging time, it's gratitude for the little things in life that aren't going terribly right now. For example, at least your house hasn't burned down, or you didn't find a snake skin under your bed. Unfortunately, not everyone is so lucky.