I'm actually been in a "if life gives you lemons, make lemonade" mode throughout.
My yoga studio closed down March 13. Through May, we were live streaming classes (on Facebook), moving towards a different economic model (supporting and sustaining members, kind of like public radio / tv) - I got to truck out a small lighting system, audio mixer, using an ipad to stream.
June 1 we started teaching classes via the Zoom platform (for money) and I got to design / build a special cart with webcams, mics, flat screen monitors so the teacher / tech could watch on something other than a laptop.
As we moved towards July, we started teaching outdoor classes (we've done that in the past, albeit for free through the town) so I had all the tech in house (a neat little wireless headset / receiver and battery powered PA / speaker that a typical yoga teacher could schlep and set up without assistance) but needed to pick up another set. So we've got two audio "fly packs" charged and ready to go for ~8 outdoor classes per week.
Now we're moving toward live streaming all in-studio classes (in a room we'd occasionally fit ~100 people, we can put 18 with social distancing) so I've got a full 3 camera shoot, using a slick little video switcher (4 x HDMI inputs, HDMI and USB, the USB looks like a webcam for streaming / zooming).
So basically, I've spent the entire quarantine / pandemic having fun screwing around with tech, and getting paid for it.
Jury is still out whether the studio can / will survive (we're brining money in but not nearly what we were pre-pandemic) but if the place does survive, it will be because I stepped up.