Articles Tagged: <span>coronavirus</span>

Relaxing Hobbies to Lower Stress During Quarantine

While the world is struggling to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are struggling to control the personal anxiety we might be feeling about the situation. The uncertainty surrounding health, job security, finances, and more is enough to leave any of us feeling a little anxious.  Being quarantined can feel very […]

Ways to Contribute While in Quarantine

Humans have a need to contribute. It’s important for us to feel like our lives have meaning beyond just keeping ourselves alive. We want to create, to add, to help, to foster growth. We want our efforts to bring positive change to the world. It’s something that all humans value in one way or another. […]

Making the Most of Your Time at Home

With the COVID-19 pandemic in full swing, being stuck at home is the inevitable reality for people worldwide. These days, home isn’t just the place where you eat, sleep, and binge Netflix. It’s also the place where you work, homeschool your kids, go to church, grocery shop, and…just about everything else. When you’re physically stuck, […]

6 Healthy Ways to Deal with Coronavirus Anxiety

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed life as we know it. Schools and businesses are closed (many indefinitely), people are having to navigate working from home and/or homeschool their kids, going to the grocery store is an ordeal, and we’re living a spring without basketball or spring training. And that’s not even mentioning the sickness […]

Making the Best of Any Situation

Can I get personal for a second? So far, 2020 has knocked me down a bit. I mean, sure, there’s been the typical stuff (work stress, different relationships, various responsibilities, and so on), but then there’s also the time that I was actually knocked down. By a tree.  My experience with traumatic brain injury I […]

How to Talk to Your Family About Coronavirus

COVID-19, or Coronavirus, is pushing our world into uncharted territory—in a big way. Businesses are closing their doors, large gatherings have been canceled or postponed, and people are staying home (some by choice; some not).  Many people are dealing with things they don’t experience often: concern for their health and safety, worry about their finances, […]

Finding Connection During Social Distancing

Over the past few days and weeks, social distancing has become the norm for people around the world. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, people are staying home unless absolutely necessary, and are limiting contact with other people (especially physical contact). It’s an extreme (and hopefully effective) response to a once-in-a-lifetime global event, and let’s […]