The coronavirus that is sweeping the globe has been a wake-up call to us all. Our consumer habits which led to this crisis have brought our world to a grinding halt. Our planet, Mother Earth, is on her knees.
You’re anxious. We know. These are difficult times. And the fact that there’s way too much information doesn’t help our anxiety either. Everyone’s talking about the novel Coronavirus and COVID-19. And honestly, that’s making it a bit hard to differentiate the valuable information from the bits that are just pure noise.
Candles are pretty items that light up the whole space with a romantic touch. However, you do not need candles every day. That’s why you have to buy them before the particular event, and then store them after the use.
Since Coronavirus being declared a national pandemic grocery stores have seen a heavy influx of shoppers. Governments have issued a stay at home order in order to flatten the curve of the diseases spread and this means many people are heavily stocking up on things like toilet paper and food so they can stay at home for long periods of time. As a result grocery stores have seen insanely long lines and many items are out of stock in places that you might go to to shop. As a result of this high demand in grocery store items grocery stores themselves have been struggling to get enough employees to fill shelves and keep up with the demand the pandemic has caused.
Who would have thought it. One of the greatest disasters in our living history and we all got into a bit of tizz about toilet paper, or lack of it should I say.
The coronavirus hit the world and we experienced a pandemic of toilet paper hoarding.
This near global lockdown is stressful for everyone, but for those stuck at home it can be doubly frustrating; there's nothing worse than being told that the best thing you can do to help is nothing. For those who are unused to regulating their own time, periods like these can quickly become a quagmire of daytime TV, snacks, and pyjamas. There's nothing wrong with that, of course, but some people do need routine. If you're one of those people who just needs to have a bit of structure, or if you're determined to self-improve during the lockdown, a routine is important.
There are a lot of people who are struggling with cabin fever right now, because of self isolation and social distancing related to the coronavirus. You don’t have to be bored out of you mind as there is much you can do. Travel is being restricted and everyone is being told to stay in. You might be so overwhelmed and focused on having your freedom restricted that you could be missing something important that will get you through this uncomfortable season of life. This is the new normal for now, but this too shall pass. In the meantime, Instead of lamenting about what you cannot do, make a list of all the things that you can indulge in. Here is a list of 20 ideas you may find beneficial. If none of these is agreeable with you, then spend some time coming up with your own list.
It has to be said everybody is struggling one way or another right now. Usually when we are struggling we go to our friends or our families or our therapist but right now it leaves up with a bunch of mixed emotions.
As we all know by now, the world is going through a very tough time right now. Instead of speculating about when will things be back to some sense of normalcy, it would not be right to do guesswork about that as of today. Instead, I think it would be best to remind ourselves of a few things we can do over the next few weeks or months to prepare ourselves both mentally and physically for these challenging times. I would like to give my readers out there some advice which has helped me so far in terms of moving forward with my day-to-day activities and also the larger goals that I have for myself.
Well, you have watched all the Netflix shows and you are having a hard time finding anything to watch because either you have seen it or you do not want to watch it. I am here to save you from your boredom. There are so many fun activities to do inside without being attached to Netflix. So I have compiled a list of a few new hobbies that you could do, this article is pointed mostly to women, but of course men can take part in these activities too.