It has been an interesting year that is for sure. My job went 100% work from home which I like as I drove 22 miles one way to work each day and was putting miles on my car and with traffic 1.5 hours of my day was spent sitting in a car. Due to working at home, I was able to cut a lot of expenses and start saving money. I got rid of my car(it was a newish car, I was paying almost 450 a month car payment, plus 250 for insurance). After not having a vehicle for a bit decided I wanted something to get around with, so at the young age of 41 I decided to buy a motorcycle. Granted I had never ridden before, but grew up around them. So it was a fun learning experience. Had it for a month and a half now and I love it, it's been a nice destresser on the weekends when I just want to go for a ride for a bit(I am outside the city some, so its nice 2 lane highway desert scene. I will post a pic in discord for those who want to see it. It was nice going from 450 payment/250 insurance to 100 bike payment and 40 for insurance. I have been very thankful to keep my job through all of this and we are being advised we will work from home until at least summer of 2021, so it's been a great relief not having to worry about the stress of dealing with what may happen when forced back into the office. While Phoenix has had a huge spike in cases, I am lucky to say nobody I know has contracted it and we have all been taking precautions to keep that up.