Witty Nana

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Stay Safe! Check on your family, friends and even your neighbors.

Communicating with each other will help us all just have a good day. Friendly phone call or just say Hi to a passing person while walking outside!!

The COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed the way we live, from our work to our learning to our social lives. Our new reality poses a unique set of challenges for all of us. 

Please keep in mind that your self-care is not being selfish!  We all have been in a incredible anxiety and stress from keeping safe to stay healthy during the past year.  Nourish our minds, souls and still keep our selves and family together and safe.

The coronavirus outbreak has magnified all kinds of fears. Try living in the moment. Take stock of what’s working. Turn off the television. Turn on those favorite songs you like and Dance around the house! 

A few tips to how to stay sane during this times of a pandemic and moving on! 

  • Daily if possible – Set goals, find joy and call a friend, family person:   Mastering something as a setting a reachable goal for the day – creating a song list;  trying a new recipe or exercising. A second daily essential is finding an element of pleasure: eating a delicious snack or taking a bath, for instance. Then comes “connection,” which in the age of Covid-19 means calling or video chatting with a friend or relative to take ourselves outside of isolation and into a circle of fellowship.
  • Take mental inventory of your well-being – takes a few slow, deep breaths and reminds yourself of what is true in the moment, then while you are taking those slow deep breath, your hear is beating and there is no feeling of a lion roar or an hypertension feeling. 
  • Limit media intake – adjust the specific times during the day to view news etc on tv/cable.  If you’re just coming into the news bubble a few times a day and not getting inundated, then you are choosing the moments and this gives you back some power.
  • Turn panic into service – Every hand that we don’t shake must become a phone call that we place. Every embrace that we avoid must become a verbal expression of warmth and concern. 

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