Kelly Ethridge, MA
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"Quarantine fatigue," in which people have been slipping back into pre-pandemic social habits, stems from the emotional exhaustion they're experiencing.
Even if you don’t have a name for it, you may have experienced what some are calling “Zoom fatigue” or “Zoom gloom.” Yes, it’s a real thing, and here’s what you should know about it.
As you stay the course and keep social distancing, look for creative ways you can boost your mood at home. Don’t know where to start? Get inspired with these 15 ways to have fun and keep your spirits up.
Learning how to stay positive in negative situations helps toward living a healthy lifestyle. If you’re looking for help in focusing on the positive, here are five life hacks for this time of social distancing.
As we’re being asked to practice social distancing and stay inside, many people are taking advantage of this extra time at home. But if you're struggling for ideas or motivation, read on.
Whether you’ve been working at home for a few weeks and are struggling, or you’re just starting the transition, here are tips on how to stay productive and help yourself mentally during the work day.
A certain level of anxiety over something as serious as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is normal, but our anxious minds can easily go into panic mode. Read how you can reduce your anxiety through self-care.