Challenge your mind. Don’t let your mind get rusty. Learn something new, such as how to wear a tie, how to do a French braid, how to make your favorite delicacy, and how to turn on and turn off your iPhone. ?? The best cure for boredom is learning something you thought you could never learn. The excitement you will get from acquiring a new skill will keep depression and anxiety at bay.
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Exercise on a regular basis. If you are feeling down, go for a brisk walk. Jog in the neighborhood. Spend time with Nature, and you will feel better both physically and mentally. Exercise releases endorphins that trigger a positive feeling in the body and the brain. 

Be productive. Do you have unfinished projects around the house, or on your laptop? This is the perfect time to finish them. Have you been wanting to unclutter your desktop and delete unnecessary emails? If not now, then when? The feeling you get by finishing an unfinished task is a great motivator and helps boost confidence in the mind.

Do not worry. No good has ever come out of worrying. Ask yourself, “What am I worried about?” Then ask, “Why?” Take precautions. Exercise care. Wear a mask. Wash your hands properly. Disinfect doorknobs and your phone. Follow the rules of social distancing. But do not worry.

Meditate on God. Outsource your anxieties to your Creator. It’s a proven fact that meditation relaxes the mind and brings about calmness. Try to look at the big picture and think about what God wants you to take away from the current situation in the world. 

Have faith. Know that everything in the world is unfolding exactly as it should. If you don’t have that faith, listen to devotional talks and feed your mind regularly with a healthy dose of spirituality. This will serve you in ways you cannot even imagine.

Yours,
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Didi Ji

Yours,

Didi Ji