For the past five months, we have grappled with the COVID-19 pandemic.
This period has tested us all emotionally and physically.
Many of us spend most of our nearly half the year indoors.
In order to keep your body and mind healthy, get used to this even though you have to spend a lot of time indoors.
- Schedule Your Routine
Without a consistent structure, days can start to feel aimless, which sooner or later can put your mood down.
When doing activities at home, make a better routine.
For example, getting up at the same time in the morning
One of the advantages of having social distancing between ourselves and others is that there is more time to think.
2. Re-evaluate Your Life Purpose and Path
Set aside time each day to keep a journal.
Along with self-reflection, use the time in the room to reassess the people in your life.
3. Keep Your Mind and Body Healthy
Food and exercise are both important for healthy living.
Consider creating an exercise routine that meets your fitness goals.
4. Give Time to Others
One thing that almost everyone has had over the past few months is more time outs.
But after all, we all need social relationships between people.
Take the time to stay in touch exclusively through video calls, focus on staying connected with the people you love.
It’s these simple things that will keep us sane during these difficult times.