Social media can be used as a via for a variety of things – both positive and negative. One of the key uses of social media is turning it into a distraction from difficult things ongoing in your lives. However, this can be extremely toxic, and it’s important to understand your feelings at all times.
Down here, I’ve made a list of ways you can destress from the anxiety that this overwhelming pandemic has brought to us all.
“Endorphins make you happy, and happy people don’t kill their husbands.”
One thing that’s really important to stay MOVING. One of the largest things that we’re losing out on right now is the ability to stay active – however, staying active we’ll get you out from being down in the dumps.
This seems like a stretch, but it’s a great way to relax! Use one of the million DIY candle-making tutorials on YouTube to create candles that smell like your favorite things – get creative! In addition, it’s also a great aesthetic for rooms. If candles are too much, take your favorite oils and pour drops over your pillows and blankets.
Instead of scrolling through social media to watch your friends, talking to them can help too. We’re all going through this together! Call any of your friends to talk about how things are going – what’s happening in the house, why you’re stressed, and more.
Remember, there’s always people there for you. There is reason to be worried – but the best we can do is take care of our physical and mental well being. Please reach out to us for anything – questions, or even just to talk.