"Have a daily routine, like get up, get dressed, and then proceed with the day. Make up the bed. Have a schedule of days you do certain things, too. Like Friday night is movie night, or on Thursdays you sweep, mop, and vacuum. Set aside self-care time every day: working out, writing, taking a long bath. Plan for your leisure. Like, 'I am done with work at such and such, so I can sit down and do desirable activity X.' Designate spaces for different activities, so your work and your leisure time are separate in your mind. Try new things if you can: a craft, a recipe, a sex position... It is really easy to just slip into stir-crazy, pajama-clad sloth, so try to be mindful while allowing yourself to refresh." —mrskte1
"I love being home as much as possible! I think the biggest thing is to have some structure. Get up and wash your face, put on real clothes, have real meals at set times. Going on walks is a good idea too; it’s a good way to get fresh air and break up your day but still avoid germs (since we are all trying to do that right now). Set up a cozy spot in the sun to read a good book with a cup of tea. Make a schedule to call an old friend or family member a different day of every week. Being home is the best!" —halliecolegrovem
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