As an introverted mentally ill disabled woman, I have to say all this self isolation talk it's really not that bad. I mean the pro's I don't have to socialise with people and make inane chats about boring topics, that I quite honestly couldn't give two hoots about.
Disclaimer: This isn’t designed to help with the money situation. I’ve included some resources near the end in case you’re interested. The list is by no means comprehensive, but hopefully it will help. What I truly hope to help with is the boredom.
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I think we can all agree that at the moment we collectively hate this episode of Black Mirror. Everything has come to a halt and we are all worried about our friends, our family and ourselves, however the one thing that’s going to make an impact more than anything right now is our mental health. Having the right outlook impacts how we survive this without going completely batshit crazy, and how we help each other. People on their own are calm and collected, whereas people in a group have about the same level of chill as a clowder of cats on catnip, (yes the word for a group of cats is a clowder). In this article I, an extrovert, am going to help you with ways not to completely fall down the rabbit hole, and use this time we have in limbo well.
The current Covid situation is simply tragic and unfortunately, is not going anywhere any time soon. So, like all socially responsible human (nah not really, the truth is I have to observe a compulsory company-mandated quarantine), I have been self-quarantined at home for two weeks now, and my oh my I was soooooo bored out of my mind that I have went on to do some very unexpected things, which have surprised even myself.
It's undeniable that right now the world is a frightening, depressing, anxiety-inducing place to be...but as with everything there is a silver lining. Being away from family, friends, and co-workers in this difficult time allows you to focus on projects or hobbies that you've always wanted to foster but just haven't had the time. Now that there is no longer a pressure to leave the house, no fear of FOMO, no need to prepare as you usually would for the tasks of the next day, you can concentrate on things that bring you joy.
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I am from a small city in Atlantic Canada. A friend of mine from high school posted a picture from one of our two Walmart stores showing barren shelves where toilet paper, paper towel, and wipes are normally plentiful.
As women we are always looking for better ways to take care of ourselves. We enjoy smelling good and feeling clean at all times. But let's face it the daily chores of life get in the way of staying and feeling pretty at all times. I've lived and learned a lot over the years and thought I'd share a few of my secret routines and tricks to help make life just a tad bit easier on us women.
Cold and flu is natural, but painful! And staying away from it when the same goes viral is challenging! Especially in your work places. These are the centres where lots of people mingle daily and communicate in some way or another. Getting infected with the cold is but natural. But staying safe is an option we all do have even in such a circumstance.
As we look into the rearview mirror of time and watch the previous decade fade into history, we look to the road ahead, and with the virtue of hindsight, may be fit to wonder what it was that culturally defined the 'teensies', and more importantly, what it is that we should have in the trailer towing behind us, to bring into the new decade [discard car analogy here]. There are many fit answers to this question, but one obvious one may be that which is best summarised as the MeToo movement. Men have been put on notice in a very real and public way, for all the blunder and bluster with which they move through the world. From the grotesque to the mildly annoying, male-centric behaviour has appropriately been put under review, and I, a fellow man, would politely like to submit my own gripe to be put under review here also. And that is the idea that has cultivated within our culture that men and boys ought to stand up when they pee. In the following paragraphs I will be outlining two key arguments in advocation for a sitting down urination protocol, with sanitation and basic courtesy as the prime and most important reason, and comfort as its secondary.
If you want to stay fit this year and don't want to suffer from any disease, then follow these simple rules in your routine to make your 2020 healthy.