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What A Pandemic Can Teach You About Simple Living

1. Talk more. Some of the most rewarding conversations you’ll have with your child happen naturally when you’re doing things together. Give them more of your attention and time.

2. Share responsibilities. Chores allow children to contribute to family life and prepare them for adulthood. Build their self-esteem by putting them in charge of an age appropriate task.

3. Resolve conflicts. You’re bound to disagree sometimes. Agree on house rules and be willing to compromise.

4. Have fun. Enjoy each other’s company. Play board games and do crafts. Find a hobby you can work on together or at least in the same room.

Staying Fit

Some news sources say that Americans are exercising less and gaining weight. Others say good nutrition and working out are on the rise. Whichever description fits you is really up to you.

You can make wholesome choices with these strategies:

Eat healthy. Cooking at home gives you more control over ingredients and portion sizes. Stock your kitchen with whole foods. Plan your menus and limit snacking.

Head outdoors. Green spaces lift your spirits and make working out seem less effortful. Go for a run or play catch in your backyard. Research nearby parks and trails where your family can move around and keep a safe distance.

Design a home gym. Set aside a space for cardio and strength training. You can do body weight exercises if you have minimal equipment.

Practice self-care. Safeguard your physical and mental wellbeing. Prioritize sleep, physical activity, and nutrition. Think positive and repeat comforting affirmations.

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