We know it’s difficult, but it’s our responsibility to stay home during the COVID-19 pandemic, so that things don’t get out of control. If you’ve been in a self-quarantine for more than a couple of days, you must be feeling bored AF, unless you’re an introvert. Suddenly, everyone has to behave like a Taurean or Virgo. And as professional introverts ourselves, we decided to give you some tips on how to handle self-quarantine or social isolation. Plus, if you’re feeling anxious or paranoid, there are some great self-healing tips there, too. It’s a great time to use this extra spare time to do something better for yourself, and you can start with the following:
Freaking out? Start meditating
Meditation and mindfulness are two of the most popular words of the last decade, and there are some very rational reasons behind that popularity. Meditation makes you mindful, and that’s a scientifically-proven fact. And you know what we need most these days: mindfulness. Everybody’s telling you to stop touching your face and you that know it’s harder than it sounds. Being mindful will help a lot during this microbic paranoia.
The pros of meditating don’t end there. There are many benefits of meditation, including anxiety reduction and connecting with your inner self. If you’re working from home and can’t plan your daily routine, meditating helps a lot somehow. It’s all about staying calm. you can find a free meditation and mindfulness app on any app store, and we can say that all of them have the same basics.
Get a free psychic reading
Our sister app, Binnaz, has started giving free readings, especially focusing on OCD, Panic Attacks, and Anxiety Disorders. You can have a live chat session with real psychics who are masters of human psychology. Plus, the readings are free for these tough times, so you don’t have another bill to stress about. You can download the app below.
Stop overeating with a free fitness app
One of the hardest parts of staying home is overeating. And the main reason behind it is immobility. Get out of that bed or couch and do a quick workout once or twice a day. You don’t want to end up with extra weight after this period. There are lots of free at-home workout apps on app stores that remind you to stand up and get that heart rate up. Or you can watch some YouTube videos and get that summer body you’ve always wanted.
Reduce your risk of catching COVID-19 by stopping smoking
You must’ve heard that your chances of getting the new Coronavirus are at least ten times higher if you’re a smoker. We know it may be harder while staying indoors, but if you can manage to build a new routine, you may not even want to smoke at all. There are great anti-smoking apps that motivate smokers to quit, and as previous testers, we can safely say that they work.
Get a free & uplifting Tarot reading
The biggest threat in tough times like this is undoubtedly the uncertainty. None of us knows how much longer this pandemic will last, and we’re sure that if we knew, we could’ve adapted much easier to these conditions. We don’t know if you’re any superstitious or not, but it’s always fun to get a Tarot or psychic reading. Even better, you don’t even have to get out of the house, there’s an app for that, and it’s free.
Reading helps a lot with boredom
Social media or media, in general, are the greatest sources of anxiety, and it turns into an overwhelming addiction after a while. To take your eyes away from the white screen, we recommend our former best friends: books. We’re almost sure that your bookshelves are filled with books you’ve never found time to read, and now is a perfect time.
Take an online course
We should be thankful that this pandemic broke out in the digital age because we can do almost anything we want digitally. Yes, even learning how to play a new instrument or learning the basics of a new language is possible. You can find very accessible apps or websites with an easy search, and believe us, online courses are way cheaper than real ones.