.As the world faces the pandemic of COVID-19 many communities are exercising social distancing and find themselves isolated at home, away from peers, friends, work, school, and recreational activities. Here are a few suggestions from Savannah/Chatham CASA that encourage wellness and community connections while socially distant during the coronavirus crisis.
1.Become a CASA
Sign up to learn more about becoming a CASA volunteer by visiting www.savannahcasa.org/learnmore.
Use Skype, Facetime, or Google Hangouts to video chat with friends and family while social distancing.
Use this time to declutter and tackle that organization project in your home.
Now is the time to sit back and catch up on binge-worthy television shows and series.
Pick out a good book and dedicate time to read it daily. Start a book club with a few of your friends and discuss your latest reads.
Send a letter to your pen pal the old school way- with pen, paper, and postage.
Put on some music and get dancing! Find an activity that you enjoy and do it during the day.
Evaluate your personal and professional goals and reset them if needed.
9.Try Something New
That thing that you’ve always wanted to do- do it now.
That’s right! Do absolutely nothing. Just be.