Are you forgetting what day of the week it is? Can you even understand the implications of coronavirus when people still hug each other and say,
‘Whoops, sorry!’ afterwards.
When was your last day of being able to go outdoors at owning your free will?
It’s seven weeks and counting, for me. It has been a roller coaster of emotions. How have I survived so far?
There are three vital tips that I have maintained for my own sanity so far.
- Mental Health
- Physical Well Being
- Fashion In the Kitchen
Dress Into Clothes
What fashion item could be so relevant to any of our lives right now? When you wake up to get out of your pyjamas. Dress like you are going to work or going outside.
No restaurants will be opening anytime soon. So my home has become my culinary outlet. Learn different recipes.
Wear a bling apron too.
Self-Quarantine Is The New IT Word
The world has closed it’s borders. Self-quarantine is the new IT word for don’t travel. So what do we do in the meantime to keep our mental health intact?
I read, write, reeducate myself, and watch TED talks. I pray to the Christian God and debate with friends.
But I am a visual learner, self-reliant on fashion and how I look. What I wear makes me feel happy.
Homemade Self Raising Tip
Here in Andorra self-raising flour or baking powder is hard to get.
Simply get plain flour mixed with fresh lemon juice and bio carbonate soda and it’s now turned into self-raising flour.
You have to face it are you sick of coming up with dishes?
If you have children cooking is a great skill to learn. Don’t be fussy with cleaning up the mess. Teach then that as well.
Set The Table
Get your best plates, teapots, and cups out. You are living through a moment in life that is going down in history!
Do whatever you can to keep sane.
Eat well and treat yourself to drinks every now and then.
Create your own feng shui. It’s all about mental health.
I love collecting fresh flowers placing them in my home.
If you are lonely call a friend. Watch what you read. Ring people that comes to mind.
I pray so much throughout the day. This is a massive time regarding how we mentally approach this pandemic. So learn new things and don’t give up. Keep hope in your heart.