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10 Ways To Stay Productive During Covid-19 Crisis

1. Find Work From Home Positions The quarantine and temporary closing of non-essential businesses has effected the incomes of many. Now may be the time to add a new stream of income to your portfolio. Many big companies like Amazon, VIP Kid, Intuit and more are currently hiring.

2. Home Improvements Feng shui is the spatial arrangement and orientation in relation to the flow of energy. Move around your furniture, pictures or even re-organize the cabinets in your kitchen to create a new energy and flow. This could really re-invent a room with items you already have.

3. In-Home Workouts Do not ditch your summer body just because the gyms are closed. In-home workouts can be accessed in multiple ways – YouTube and iPhone or Android applications. Below are few to help your get started until you find the right one for you.

Planet Fitness Both Men and Women In-home workouts on Facebook Live from professionally trained instructors for FREE.

Tone it Up Women Only Free 30-day trial with access to video-guided workouts including yoga, boxing, HIIT and barre.

Daily Burn Both Men and Women A free 60-day trial of in-home workouts, yoga, HIIT, running and more.

4. Healthy DIY Skin Routine A lot of us already have the products we need in our bathroom or kitchen to give ourselves a facial. We just don’t have the time. Well, now you do! My favorite is using a natural toner of lemon juice and water. Fill a water bottle or other container with one part freshly squeezed lemon juice and five parts filtered water. Apply the lemon juice toner with a cotton ball and do not rinse off. YouTube has some great DIY skincare routines to help create that glow you are missing.

5. Organize. Organize. Organize. How many times has a notification popped up on your phone saying you are out of cloud storage? Every day probably. Organize and move your photos to free up cloud space. This can be done by downloading your pictures to your laptop or desktop computer, or Google Photos to free up space on your phone.

Speaking of pictures, do you have old family photos lying around? Digitize your memories and scan them to your computer. From there, create a slideshow and send it out to your family memories. Everyone can use a walk-down-memory-lane.

6. Social Distancing Doesn’t Mean Don’t Communicate No, you can’t call your friends and meet at your favorite restaurant to catch up. But you can call them and text them. Bring back talking on the for hours, laughing at old stories and making plans of what you can do soon. Be sure to call your older cousin, aunts and uncles or even grandmother that you haven’t checked on in a while.