Taking care of yourself even during Covid-19 crisis

Stay active

  • exercise can help you stay healthy both physically and mentally
  • do yoga, pilates or other kind of training at least twice a week
  • but stay indoor if you can

Stay in touch with friend and family

  • let the people you love know that you care
  • we are all in this together and social distancing does not have to mean isolation

Discover what you love

  • start a new hobby, create, do something you've always wanted to do but never had the time
  • explore your inner self and find out what you really like

Don't know how to start?

  • cook something good
  • make a music playlist
  • draw or craft something
  • take part in a social media challenge
  • watch or read something uplifting

Clean your house

  • it helps to maintain a healthy environment and avoid the spread of bacteria and viruses
  • it keeps you busy and gives you a sense of fulfillment
  • also discover the power of decluttering

Learn something new

  • learn a new skill like painting, playing an instrument, coding or anything you want
  • the web is full of online tutorials you can watch to learn or improve a personal or professional skill

Get ready

  • get ready for when it's all over
  • plan what you want to do and how you want your life to improve
  • start taking the first steps

Take care of others

  • help your neighbors and local community
  • grow a garden if you have a balcony or a bit of land
  • you can also donate to plant trees or other social or environmental causes you care about

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