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He tells Dr. Ian Smith, he felt energized and ready to handle the changes at the beginning of the pandemic, but as it lasted longer than many of us expected, he felt "a dip" in his enthusiasm. "But you have to bring yourself out of it," he says. "You have to focus on being creative, focus on learning... and focus on other people."
Wayne explains his quarantine pod consists of his ex-wife, their daughter, and his ex's new boyfriend and he says, "Nothing means more to me than family," and he's very thankful that he is able to spend time with the people he loves being around.
One thing he loves to do is entertain and Wayne and his family have turned to social media in order to share some joy with the world. Wayne says making TikTok videos with his daughter has been a great way for them to connect, and something he is thankful he has been able to do with his downtime.