I have been asked recently – how is your life these days?
A classmate of mine back in the University sincerely asked that question and was waiting with caring eyes. I have been asked recently – how is your life these days? A classmate of mine back in the University sincerely asked that question and was waiting with caring eyes. I did see the genuine concern for me, and it seems that she knew what happened to my marriage even if she was continents away.
One month into the lockdown, and I lost my job of six years. I cannot blame my boss for closing down his business. We were in the travel agency industry, and right now, who’s traveling? I mean, it will take a long time before tourism will jump back. This pandemic has destroyed the lives of billions of people on this planet. And I am one of them.
We are all advised to stay at home, and almost everything is in lockdown. This is due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and it is very stressful. People are worried, angry, fearful, and anxious all at the same time. This can seriously take a toll on one’s mental health, not just for the adults but also for kids and teenagers.
There comes a time, when we end up depleted. It won’t hurt in hurling yourself over on the sofa for various days enabling you to energize. You may not be aware of this, but physical weariness can have more to do with mental depletion than the activity you were getting that day. Understand that our body once or twice a week needs time to rest.
I have come up a few different ways to energize one’s mind when it ends up tired. These tips are used by many and were found to be very useful. You can share this with your friends and family.
Losing weight is not always the answer. The size of your waistline should not dictate confidence and self-esteem. You deserve more than that because your beauty does not depend on the size of the pants you wear.