The Stay-At Home mandates have impacted everyone's day to day life. Let make sure we get through it together, keep smiling, and stay happy. Today, we're sharing five tips to help you throughout the coronavirus crisis. The best thing about these tips? They apply at all times, whatever the circumstances!
Find a routine
One of the most important things you can do to feel in control is creating a routine. This can be a new schedule based on what you want to achieve each day during the Pandemic, or many people find that they feel comfortable with their usual routine.
Set a time to get up and do it!
Shower & get dressed
Schedule time for lunch and breaks throughout the day and put it on your calendar
Make a list of what you need to accomplish - and check things off as you go!
Focus on one task at a time and make sure that they are things within your control
When you are done working, shut your laptop and put it away
Make Room in YouR Life For Positivity
With our social activity in turmoil, it's critical to find things that will make us smile or reframe our mood:
Listen to music - try an Instagram live DJ set!
Burn a candle or aromatherapy if you have oils at home
Stay active - challenge a friend and find out how many pushups you can do in 30 seconds
Go outside - standing in the sunshine for 2 minutes can make a world of difference.
Don’t drink too much caffeine or alcohol
Take breaks from the news
Schedule time to do something you enjoy
A good night's sleep is an easy thing to disrupt but it's priceless!
Go to sleep at the same time every night
Write out your “to do” list or your worries before bed
Avoid using your phone or computer in bed
Try a guided sleep meditation
Stay connected to each other
In this time of distancing, it's easy to feel isolated. Take extra steps to build your relationships.
Schedule time to call at least one of your friends or teammates each day
Use Zoom, Hangouts and Facetime to stay connected - seeing faces is important
Laugh together - every conversation should help you strengthen the bridge you have.
Make time to share something funny and look on the light side
Ask for help
There is nothing weak about asking for help! Be upfront and open.