How To Thrive During A Pandemic

We can all agree, that times today are changing. The world as we know it, will change forever after this. The real question is how well are you prepared for what is to come.

First up, yes, you are right to feel anxious. This hasn’t happened before in our lifetimes. That doesn’t mean it hasn’t ever happened before.
However, if you are feeling anxious, you do need to steady yourself. This is going to be a marathon and not a sprint.

One of the best things you can do, is just some simple breathing exercises.
4 seconds in .
4 seconds hold.
6 seconds out.

After doing this 5 times, you will feel much better.

As of today, the blog will be pivoting. This platform will be used to help give you action points on staying ahead of the uncertainty.

Making Mondays
Think Tuesdays
Workout Wednesday
Tasty Thursdays (LOL as if I would change this)
Fun Fridays
Social Saturdays
Self Improvement Sundays (yeah, not escaping this one either)

Whilst my blog is focused on Melbourne and the surrounding areas, you can still use these ideas and apply it to wherever you live.

When it comes to emergencies, it’s important to look after yourself first.
That’s why in airplanes, when the masks come down, they always say to put yours on first.
This is no different.
Once you are ok, you can then look to help others.

If history is anything to go by, it is our relationships with one another that will see us through more than anything else.

We are in this together. We will get through this together. Have faith.

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