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How To Be Happy In Quarantine?

“It all goes back to the setup. Without proper setup, you will run into snags” – Happy Warrior When news, Netflix, social media, and endless memes are no longer cutting it, where does that leave you? Still in quarantine! Now what? It’s all about love… Give yourself permission to feel your feelings. Fear, disappointment, uncertainty, loneliness, or […]

“It all goes back to the setup. Without proper setup, you will run into snags” – Happy Warrior


When news, Netflix, social media, and endless memes are no longer cutting it, where does that leave you? Still in quarantine! Now what? It’s all about love…

  1. Give yourself permission to feel your feelings. Fear, disappointment, uncertainty, loneliness, or even elation to have a break from the daily grind. Allow any and all of these to be O.K. 
  2. What’s the opportunity? Once you feel your feelings, it might be time to create some structure and set up a daily flow. In order to flow you need a schedule. What are you doing when? And with who?

Most importantly, drop all that lack-thinking. It is what it is. We’re all in this together. The best thing you can do for yourself is to be loving, kind, compassionate, and grateful. Life is the gift. 

#stayhome #staysafe #stayhealthy

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