Welcome to our Wellbeing during COVID-19 resources blog. Each of our blogs links directly to one of our 6 rules for keeping calm during the COVID crisis.
It’s so important to remember that this pandemic is “a marathon, not a sprint”. It is also most definitely not a competition in who can come out of this with the most successful transformation.
If you’re one of the people confined to your home, it is important to not judge yourself and your response against others.
We all have friends who are promoting their efforts to beat their 5km pb, learning Japanese, perfecting their home baked Croque-en-bouche or community volunteer championing.
The people who are struggling in some way or far less likely to share this. Picking up a book and finding your attention wanes constantly, that’s ok. Thirty minutes into a box set and not sure what happened in the past twenty? Perfectly normal.
Fatigue has a huge impact on our ability to concentrate. Be kind to yourself.
If a friend approached you with these concerns would you be frustrated with them in the way you might be towards yourself? Absolutely...
A simple text, tweet or call can lift someone enormously. We mentioned a story on our Facebook group about how a tweet from an ICU nurse to a radio broadcaster reminded him that his work is keeping other people’s spirits high.
Struggling for words? Why not send someone a song that reminds you of them? Send them a e-card, there are plenty of free sites with a great list available on this post.
This poem from Hollie McNish reminded me how important that simple, “How are you?” is for both you and the other person.