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- Eat Healthy
Eating healthy doesn’t have to be a problem during this time. Make good choices! Many people are surviving on baked goods and wine, but this doesn’t have to be the case. Grocery stores are open for business. Services such as Instacart are available to bring groceries to you. Food delivery services such as Doordash or Grubhub are available to bring a healthy meal right to your doorstep without ever coming into human contact. Most restaurants have food to go and have set up precautions for a safe check-out experience. The bottom line is to make good, safe, and healthy choices.
- Remain Calm
What a stressful time it is, right? Well, it doesn’t have to be, or at least we can minimize the stress. Limit your exposure to the news. There is so much conflicting information out there right now. Staying away from the news can help, along with social media, if that is a stressor. Find positive influences, such as daily affirmations from louisehay.com. Emails with positive content are available from The Daily Om. There are many apps that can be quite helpful such as the Calm app, which can help users “sleep better, boost confidence and reduce stress and anxiety, all with the help of guided meditations, soothing music, and bedtime stories”, says calm.com.
- Maintain healthy “safe” relationships
It is difficult to be away from loved ones, but technology such as Zoom, Google Rooms, and Messenger allows us to “see” each other in a safe and healthy way. Ste up a Zoom brunch with faqmily or happy hour with friends. We can stay connected and safe at the same time.