Coronavirus/Covid-19: The Diggn' It Guide to at-home Thriving

With social distancing, isolation, and quarantine, the names of the game right now, it is important not to get bogged down mentally or physically. Use this time indoors and alone wisely to self-improve and become a better, more understanding person. 


This guide is meant to advise your well being and daily routine as the human race unites to defeat the faceless nuisance, COVID-19.       

 

  • Recognize Others

The main thing you can do for the world right now is to spread good vibes and great energy to all those on the front lines. The doctors, nurses, staff, patients, workers, drivers are literally risking their lives for us on the daily, show them some respect and appreciation. 


  • Keep Hope, Faith, Optimism, and Positive Alive

Times are tough and they may get tougher still, keep your head up and your loved ones close.


  • Work Out

This is a general piece of advice but becomes even more important during these times of inactivity. Exercise keeps your mind right and your grind tight, keep at it!


  • Gain some Perspective

Use this time to consider your blessings and privilege. Think about the workers, doctors, nurses, and staff who are on the front lives daily - ready and willing to sacrifice themselves. 


  • Invest in Yourself

Use your free time and resources (the internet) to learn a new skill or trade. With time on your hands and the world less busy, start watching some tutorials online, paid or free, and better yourself so that when we do get back to normal, you are ahead of the curve. 


  • Gain Cultural Exposure

Read a book you haven’t heard of, listen to a famous musician and critique them, watch a movie or even better a documentary. Once again, use this time to understand the world a little bit better. 


  • Cook 

For some they will be learning how to cook while others will be perfecting their famous creme brulee. Either way, let quarantine make you a master chef. 


  • Treat Yourself

In these trying times, it is important to remember to treat yourself. A candy bar or an extra long nap, it doesn’t matter. Just treat yourself and be happy!   


  • Reconnect with Family 

While the current scenario sucks professionally, it is an amazing opportunity to reconnect with your family and revitalize those relationships. Don’t mope about what was, focus on what can be.

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