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Sarah Mei
+ Your AuthorsArchive @sarahmei Software engineer & founder of @RailsBridge and @LivableCode. Currently stirring the pot at @SalesforceUX. Black Lives Matter. she/her May. 25, 2021 1 min read

It’s been over a year since I got covid and started dealing with the long term effects. For me, many of the effects were neurological. Today I realized that listening and taking notes at the same time just...doesn’t work anymore.

Listening while taking notes used to be something I did all the time. Now when I’m writing, it’s like the information stream from my ears just shuts off until I’m done.

I may need to start recording all my meetings so I can go through and write stuff down afterwards :/

I’m doing a lot better overall but it seems like every few days I notice some little gap, still there.

Anyway get your shots. My case of covid was mild, but the aftereffects have changed my life, possibly forever.

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