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By now, you've either experienced or are going through what seems like an endless period of isolation due to COVID-19. Fear not. In this article, I'll share with you tips on staying positive and busy during these challenging times!
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, it is crucial to slow and eventually stop the spread of this virus, and to do so, officials around the globe in affected areas are asking people to stay at home. Many of us are working remotely from the comforts of our isolation chambers; I meant homes, which can be a challenge for both people with and without kids.
If you have a live-in partner, roomies, or live alone, you may find yourself wondering what to do when you're not working remotely, if your respective jobs permit it, with all of your time at home, unable to frequent your local bars, cafes, or shopping malls-you can't even hit the gym. So what gives, should you resort to just being a couch potato? Well, you could, but what about the following:
As a parent of two young boys, my wife and I don't know the meaning of the word, boredom. rIn fact, it's the exact opposite, which means if you're a working parent like me, you're constantly engaging with your little ones, while trying to impress the bosses. Surviving this isolation period if your kids are under the age of five will take a bit more planning and patience due to tantrums, feeding them, engaging, and just reassuring them through this difficult time.
I hope that through the challenging efforts of balancing work and family during this isolation period will help us during otherwise times manage the work-life balance a bit easier.
Here are some tips on making it through this time. The first thing I would suggest is to keep as many of your routines with the children as you can. Try not to stress if those routines fall out of sync. They are more there as practices to fall back on.
Here are some practical ways of staying sane with kids in your home during this isolation period:
What this all comes down to is the urgency for us to abide by the strict rules of authorities and practice social distancing. If you have to go grocery shopping or are taking a walk to get some fresh air outside, remember that though you may not be experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, you could be a carrier and pass it onto someone else.
So, continue to practice social-distancing, but the best way is to remain at home. Let's beat this nasty pandemic together, but over there, together. You get my point, #stayathome!
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