This design mirrors what many of us are feeling as we self-quarantine and physically distance to try to help slow the spread of Coronavirus, aka Covid-19. Many of us have the instinct to “make the most of the time” and make lists of potential accomplishments; but boredom and frustration can quickly set in when we feel like we’ve run out of things to do or that those things don’t hold the weight of our regular tasks. It is important to understand that your motivations and productivity will change and fluctuate throughout this time. Some days you will be ready to make a whole new list and others you will need to just dive back into bed. Both choices are okay!
Artist: Bridget Moore
There are many new realities to adjust to when everyone is making an effort to stay home, even if you’re used to working remotely. One major aspect is the lack of social interaction you’d normally have, whether that is at work or drinks with friends afterwards to unwind. Make sure you have a buddy that you can text, call, video chat with during that time to check-in and keep each other’s spirits high. (Time)
Try to think of this time as a creative reset. Have you been meaning to write a book? Or learn to draw? Maybe get better at guitar? Whatever your creative interest is, try to build a section of your quarantined schedule to be creative. It’ll have a positive effect on your mental health, and you’ll come out of the quarantine feeling accomplished with whatever creative goals you accomplished. (Adweek)
Question: What has been your biggest challenge of being home so much? How have you combat that challenge?
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