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What routines helps us to avoid stress in times like this and keeps our balance?

My kids and I need stability in times like that, like every other human being. We found out that if our day is structured it is the best for our wellbeing. We get up early to have a healthy breakfast together. After that we start our Home Schooling and Home Office time. This is really […]

My kids and I need stability in times like that, like every other human being.

We found out that if our day is structured it is the best for our wellbeing. We get up early to have a healthy breakfast together. After that we start our Home Schooling and Home Office time. This is really a challenge as a single mum and entrepreneur.

We focuse daily on the positive side of this crisis. Like spending really much time together with cooking healthy food and playing badminton in the sun. We know that we have the luck to play in our own garden. Not anybody outside in the world has this privilege. We are gratefull for that.

We started to practice yoga all together. In the past I did yoga for my own. Now its a little funny alltogether yoga session.

Every evening we talk about the most beautiful situation from the day to focus on the positivity.

My daughter does a lots of journaling in this days and I see how this works for her.

To make our environment beautiful for us we made our balcony spring time ready by cleaning and plant some spring flowers.

All this old and new routines helps us to be balanced in times like this. We are focused on our physical and mental health.

We decided to see news about the latest developments only once a day.

After all this health and economic crisis we decided to visit my social media friends all over the world like in australia, canada and the US. This is like a little goal for us.

So everybody out there stay healthy and focuse on the positive side of this situation.

Love Stephanie

HomeSchooling and HomeOffice Situation
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