5 Ways to Make Isolation Your New BFF

Written by: Sana Moore – April 2nd 2020, 3:43pm pst

It is vital that we all take the coronavirus pandemic seriously and stay isolated from the public as much as possible. If you’re used to always being around people or if you’re just purely running out of things to do by yourself, we’ve got the remedy for you. Here are five ways isolation and more time at home can be enjoyable for you.

1. TURN THAT TV ON!

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Yes, you read right! Prior to the coronavirus pandemic that led to international isolation, you probably were too busy to watch your favorite shows. Well, here’s your chance to watch everything from docu-series, comedy shows, cartoons and the famous Tiger King! Plus, when you’re done watching your favorite shows, make sure to head over to Afterbuzz’s YouTube channel to hear from other superfans about your new favorite show! If you don’t have an account with Netflix or Hulu, lucky for you, both have a free 30-day trial!

2. Make do with what you have!

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Isolation gives you the chance to be as curious and spontaneous in the kitchen as possible. Literally, you have unlimited chances to make the dish just right before letting your friends taste it! During this time, a lot of people are stocking up on groceries or just having to pick up the last of what is left in the stores. The same meals can be boring, so check out our app recommendations to help you discover new savory recipes!

3.Get in tune with who YOU are!

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Take this time to learn more about yourself and really dig deep. Writing in a journal the old fashioned way can be very therapeutic, especially during a time like this. Writing down your thoughts gives you a chance to analyze your feelings and not feel judged from others. If you’re not a writer, audio is also an option. Use your voice recorder on your phone and talk away, you have the floor.

4. Set a new routine!

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Take this time to set a new routine for yourself to achieve the goals you made in your New Year’s resolution. Routines create discipline and evolve into consistency, which then means results! Push yourself to create a realistic plan that you can easily follow, over time you’ll master your routine and create a new one.

5. Start something you’ve always wanted to do!

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After you’ve created a successful routine for yourself, set time aside to create a plan for yourself to finally start something you’ve always wanted to do, like a business, side-hustle, self-care, or even a hobby! The only thing stopping you right now is you, so take your doubt and turn it into a passion. Creating a new outlet for yourself can not only possibly generate money, but it can help you find your passion in life!

Isolation can be challenging if you live alone, not able to work, or have anxiety. Hopefully, these five tips can help you place your attention in a more positive way and keep you mentally on the right track.

About The Author:

Sana Moore is a host at Afterbuzz TV who loves to add her own sparkle all things in entertainment! “Serving you the freshest tea with a dash of brown sugar!” IG: @iam_sana_

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