The COVID-19 outbreak is unsettling. It’s natural to feel anxious. But it’s also essential to find reasons for hopefulness during these challenging times. Optimism isn’t about ignoring the bad in the world. Instead, it creates space for focusing on the positive.
We’re seeing so much these days about working out at home. It can be hard to know where to begin.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to disrupt typical family life, parents may be facing a different set of challenges.
Effective time management can make all the difference in ensuring that we stay productive while giving necessary attention to our personal lives.
While social distancing is important for everyone during the COVID-19 pandemic, the elderly may be among the most isolated. Fortunately, keeping physical distance does not mean our older loved ones and neighbors need to be lonely or left to fend for themselves.
Exercise is always good for your health, but it’s especially important to get regular physical activity while many of us remain cooped up at home.
Even in normal times, couples work on conflict resolution, common goals, and other pillars of good relationship health. Our current challenge makes these pillars even more important, especially if you live together.
While COVID-19 tends to be more dangerous for older adults and those with underlying conditions, young people should not take it lightly—especially as states begin to loosen local lockdown restrictions.
COVID-19 has changed things. Parents and kids need to figure out what to do with a lot more downtime—whether stuck inside or just outside the house (e.g., the backyard or front stoop). This can be very challenging for everyone. But there are ways to make it work.
As COVID-19 disrupts our daily lives, it’s important to continue to eat, think, and move for good health. We’ve assembled a list of useful resources for you and your family.