The Pandemic & Staying Safe

It’s all over the news and tweets are rolling in, it’s the biggest pandemic that has hit the 21st century.

The COVID-19 virus, better know as the Corona Virus started in the Chinese seafood and poultry market late last year, has spread to at over 147 countries and leaving thousands panicked and scared.

As these are serious times and most people are stuck in doors, we’ve listed a few helpful things to keep your mind sane and your body healthy.


It’s probably the most difficult but most important part for staying safe, we should avoid restaurants, malls & clubs and if it’s possible you should work from home at all times. The virus gets spread by people who are in close contact with one another (6 feet).

It happens through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person sneezes or coughs and then these droplets can land in the mouths noses of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs.

The virus spreads extremely easy with 355,874 confirmed cases and 15,386 deaths confirmed, so it would be best to follow the instructions of the government and try to social distance yourself where possible.


The ultimate way to stay healthy is to be active, dust off those yoga matts and do some meditation, this will help keep your mind active and in a positive state as being isolated can have a negative influence on the brain and can lead to depression.

Go for a morning run or download a great at home workout for you to do before you get the day started here is a fabulous workout that anyone can do 21 of the Best Exercises for Beginners to Try at Home.


In these days you need to keep socialising.

Thank God for social applications like Skype, Google hangouts and many more that will help you stay at home safe but still get the meeting done or see a friend!

It’s crucial that we keep in touch with one another and “virtually hanging out together” to keep us from losing our minds.

These are my top tips for keeping busy at home while the world recovers from these troubled times!

Let me know in the comments what your routine is to keep yourself sane durning these isolations.

Stay safe

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