In all my 74 years I've never known a year like it. The only time I've had a walk out is when I went for my flu jab in September, apart from that the furthest I've walked since 16th March 2020 is to the end of my garden.
We had four short break holidays booked, all were cancelled. I thought I'd get bored just staying at home but I wasn't. Even though I didn't get much crafting done, like I expected to, I kept as busy with just pottering around the house and cooking. In fact food seemed to take on much more importance than usual. My husband did all the shopping, he just went locally to the Co-op mostly, it is only a few minutes walk away and nearly everyone in our neighbourhood respected the masks and social distancing rules, just the odd one or two thoughtless people showed themselves up for what they are.
Talking of food, the only item we had any difficulty getting was flour, lots of people suddenly took to baking. We did have enough for a while and when we ran out of plain flour a friend very kindly delivered some to our doorstep from a shop near his house. When meals started to get a bit repetitious I decided to try Japanese/Korean type food. It was fun trying out new recipes that I found on the internet. We already have noodles and soy sauce in the house and only needed to buy some extra sauces. The vegetables and meat we normally have could be cooked as per the new recipes. I found this type of cooking quick and easy, just needed to use a bit of ingenuity with ingredients that I couldn't get.
For entertainment, I had the internet, of course, and had already recently subscribed to Netflix. Netflix made a big difference warding off boredom. Also, my Kindle was a big help, I don't know how many boxed sets of books I've read, I chose the 99p sets so that they were affordable. The main crafting I did was making masks for family and friends. Unfortunately I made them so many that they said not to make more for them! The patterns for those came from the internet, the most popular was the 3d one from here https://hellosewing.com/3d-face-mask-diy/ .
I did feel sorry for Boris Johnson, no matter what he did certain types of person disagreed with his decisions. He didn't run away from the situation like Cameron did from the referendum result, he stuck with it. I wonder if Mrs May would have coped like Boris has.
Oh well, just got to wait now for the vaccination that I might be getting sometime after the end of January, if I'm lucky, it'll probably be several months later than that but I think I'll cope!
Hope you and yours have all coped and let us all hope for a better 2021.