If you're like me and didn't stockpile your kitchen or make up with the Duolingo Owl, you may start to wonder if you're doing this whole quarantine thing right.
And while it's one thing to feel bad about the pandemic, it's another to feel bad about not optimizing your time. It's not like we're all just home — we're literally in the middle of a crisis.
Real talk: It's hard enough to always be productive on a good day. So why are we all suddenly expected to be extra-productive during a global pandemic? It's totally normal to feel stressed and exhausted right now. And, as always, it's important to do what's best for your mental health (see: tips from a therapist for mentally coping with the coronavirus).