- If you love where you live and who you live with, isolation is a piece of cake.
- If you have down days, and you will, the morning will usually wash those feelings away.
- You can do with less.
- Vision for the long term helps. This too will end.
- Reaching out, connecting with others, and helping and supporting others is one way to stay sane.
- Having a purpose each day is important.
- Projects, projects, projects. They keep you busy and focused.
- Faith and hope are key.
- There are things you can control and things you cannot. Don’t worry about the things you can’t control.
- Writing your thoughts, especially your gratitude, can be a good way to spend your time and energy.
- Capitalize on opportunities that present themselves, e.g. investing in a new hobby or interest.
- Spend as much time as you can outdoors doing something active, if you are able.
- Stress brings out more of who people really are.
2020 taught a lot of us good lessons. Some were harder to learn than others. It certainly will make facing the rest of 2021 easier. Hope you take a few minutes to enjoy each day, look around you, and encourage the people who are important to you!