How to Cope with Quarantine

CFP Health Benefits Recession RIA April 3, 2020 Author: Deborah Doyle

How to Cope with Quarantine

During these extraordinary times, we understand that it can be difficult to not spend your time worrying and bored. Many people are now spending the majority of their time at home bored and looking for activities to do – so what can you do with all this new time on your hands? Check out some things to keep you busy during quarantine:

Spring Cleaning: Celebrate spring by organizing and cleaning your home. Take advantage of this spare time to go through your closet, check expiration dates within your pantry, and re-organize all those canned goods you bought.

Watch Classic Sports Games: The NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLB have all opened up their libraries to provide fans with the option to watch games from over the years. Even classic wrestling matches are available through the WWE network.

Have yourself a Matinee: You now have the time to watch all those long movies that you’ve avoided. Have you ever wanted to watch a series from start to finish? With all the streaming services available today, your options are endless. Start early and spend your weekend binge-watching a series or movie. Some blockbusters have even been made available for streaming earlier than we expected! Woo!

Become a Master Chef: There are a plethora of online videos featuring cooking tips and recipes that you can learn. Pick a dish that you’ve been meaning to try or one that is completely new and teach yourself how to prepare it.

Meditate: With all the stress surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic, it’s important to be mindful and have some peace of mind in times of uncertainty. Find a quiet space, light some candles, and clear your mind with some therapeutic music. You can also try and relax with a mediation coloring book.

As concerts are postponed, sporting events canceled and tourist hot spots are shut down there are still a ton of different activities and things that you can occupy your time with. Self-quarantining is an important measure to help “flatten the curve” but doesn’t necessarily mean boredom and stir craziness.


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