Sheltering in Place: The Introvert’s Perspective

April 2, 2020

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Life has brought us the opportunity to observe and modify our way of being, use it.

A domestic scene with just a sole pig.

Untitled by Greg Jaskot

Rather than worry about COVID-19 all day, allowing yourself to get stressed and/or depressed, here are some ideas on how to leverage the restrictions to promote your creativity, and for self-development:

  1. Create more than consume: write, paint, cook, craft, sing, whatever. Actions connect us to the here and now, while creating a positive effect on our self-being.
  2. Acquire new skill: anything you ever wanted to learn is available on the web—join, read, listen.
  3. Question your working routine and techniques. Develop new strategies. Explore new market channels within your arena.
  4. Filter your sources of information. You don’t have to read/watch everything on your feed, or on the news. Be selective, Curate content that isn’t only informative, but inspiring or encouraging too.
  5. Water your plants, listen to light and fun music you’d like.
  6. Practice yoga, meditation or other form of mindfulness practice.
  7. Eat, clean, drink—water and juice with Vitamin C that is.

Stay optimistic, stay positive, stay healthy.

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