Additionally to other challenges during the pandemic period, many people were forced to adjust their temporal habits and needs to the new conditions. While home-office and home-schooling often put families to the edge of their resilience, elsewhere other people could take advantages from this situation by having more time for creative and family-activities. How justified are expectations to rescue this positive experiences over to the post-covid-era? Furthermore the author sketches new options for time policy for this era in different fields of the society, e.g. in school, democracy or retail trade and also reasons about a new relationship of space and time in everyday life.