Are you enjoying your time in pajamas?
Good. Now, before depressions sets in, stop doing that. It’s been a week now and it’s time to act like you have a job!
Much of the world is working from home. Even those of you who may have gotten laid off can use this opportunity to complete the projects that you never really had time for. Here is a quick list of some things you can do to make home…home!
- Shower! I don’t care if you don’t have anywhere to go. A shower can do you a world of good. You’re washing the day away and starting fresh! Then, put on some clean pajamas!
- Create a Home Office. Some of us have already done this. Others, not so much. My husband, Chris is now working from home and I originally thought we didn’t have the space since I’m already working from home as well. It turns out that we simply had to reconfigure our home and it works. He has his space and I have mine.
- Keep high-impact workouts to a minimum. If you are part of the at-risk population, stick to low-impact workouts. Don’t do anything too strenuous because this causes your body to repair your muscles that you put a strain on, and your body will need all its strength to fight the virus.
- Take multivitamins. Whether you believe they work or not, now is the time to see if they do! Popping a pill only takes a millisecond, but it’s still a thing to do!
- Plant a garden. Depending on where you live, you can plant something! Greens, tomatoes, root vegetables, herbs…I don’t know what’s in season, but you can at least start a little green house in your home. I started planting herbs! Here’s an article on how to plant a garden indoors.
- ‘Scape! I’m not talking about landscaping your yard either, honey! Trim, cut, color, clip whatever on your body that needs it. Self-care is important. This should be part of #1 but it really should go after #5, then repeat. Even though you’re not getting out of the house, you may end up going online…there’s also those of you who are quarantined with other people. Be considerate. Just saying.
- Drink water! Water is made up of hydrogen and oxygen (H20). What does a ventilator do? DRINK. WATER.
Having said all of that, I’m not a doctor. I don’t know what meds or allergies you have. Call your doctor first.
Keep grinding! I didn’t say anything about wearing make-up! When I start broadcasting, then maybe…🤷🏽♀️ ~Zorina F.