During the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a lot of healthy habits that we’ve learned. Let’s review some of them. Wearing masks, social distancing, and regularly washing hands remain vital.
Healthy Habits We’ve Learned During COVID-19
Recently, Marina Khidekel
The far-reaching impact of the pandemic presented us with plenty of challenges — including a disruption of our old routines. Nonetheless, this time also allowed us to take stock of our habits and make mindful changes. As a result, we have an arsenal of new behaviors (whether they relate to our relationships, our work lives, or our personal health and well-being) that help to improve our lives. Seeing their impact, it’s no surprise that we’re taking these new habits and routines with us into our “next normal.”
We asked our Thrive community to share the new habits they’ve implemented during this time, and how they’ll continue to incorporate them into their lives going forward. Which of these habits have you taken on while at home?
- Meditating regularly
- Cooking as a family
- Picking up the phone
- Taking a daily mindful walk
- Creating a consistent morning routine
- Growing fresh produce
- Lunchtime workouts
- Spending more time in nature
- Educational bedtime reading
- Practicing yoga