Heyyyyy! I’m back again and this time with a post about boredom and anxiety. Especially considering our (ahem!) situation, I figured that this would be a really effective topic. I’ve personally taken being shut inside like a jail sentence, but I’m slowly beginning to look at the positive side of things.
- More Family Time: I’m slowly beginning to realize that Covid-19 has brought me and my family closer. We’re actually talking to each other, and learning to be more tolerant. I don’t get so mad at my sister anymore, and I’ve become okay with seeing the same people everyday(lol!).
2. More Time To Do Things I Love: I’ve been wanting to start a blog for ages, but I’ve never really had the chance to, because of school and the amount of homework they give us. Not to brag, but ummm… along with dance, I’m also a very academically high performing student, and I expect my grades to be perfect. And that means studying a lot. COVID-19 has given me tons of free time, so I started this blog:) I’ve also been able to do more workouts, which my dance teacher has been urging me to do but I’ve been procrastinating.
3. Anxiety Management: Before, I didn’t actually believe anything to do with the word mental health management. But after the global pandemic struck, I’ve been practicing some really good techniques, which help me keep my calm and focus on the positives. In my next post, I’ll post some of the techniques that I think are super effective, so you guys can try them too!
4. The Art of Yoga: Really, yoga helps. I’ll elaborate more in my next post, but let me just give you a tiny intro- Yoga is supposed to keep you calm and composed. Not only that, it increases your body flexibility, keeping you physically and mentally healthy.
I know that this was kind of short(ish), but I really hope this helped. Hopefully I’ll be posting more Let’s Talk About posts soon. Stay Safe! Anna xx
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