Live Your Best Life During a Pandemic

Live Your Best Life During A Pandemic

October 30, 2020 No Comments

You can live your best life during a pandemic. One that is meaningful and fulfilling.

Do you know how to live your best life during a pandemic? It is possible. I have to admit living through a pandemic can be depressing if you allow it to consume you. So many have been affected by the loss of a loved one, loss of a job, or even loss of hope as a result of Covid-19. While some may be visualizing a bleak somber picture, others are seeing opportunity and favor. What you decide to see is personal and a matter of perspective. There are ways to continuously fill your sights on a much brighter view. Which view will you take to live your best life? The true measure of success can be evaluated by how you overcome adversities in your most difficult times.

One of my daily activities includes walking. The fresh air is so invigorating to the brain. I use this time to listen to inspirational you-tube videos and make phone calls to family members. You will be amazed at how much better your body, mind and soul feels after the body receives both mental and physical stimulation. Not to mention the amount of stress that can be removed by simply taking walks.

Here are three things which can help you maintain an upright balanced posture during a pandemic:

1) Find things to do that bring you comfort:

I recently reached out to a few friends to understand how they were coping with the pandemic. Many are finding comfort through daily exercise, journaling, meditation, prayer, and maintaining an attitude of gratitude. All of these activities will greatly help to produce a positive mindset and decrease enormously amounts of stored anxiety.

2) Seek help from professional services:

Ray of Hope Counseling Services can help you learn more about yourself. Couple counseling is available to help resolve conflicts within relationships.

During a pandemic, many could be forced to deal with numerous life changes unexpectedly. These changes could possibly have adverse varying effects on one’s mental capacity. A long time ago it was thought to be taboo to seek professional help. We have all known someone whether a family member or friend who may have mental health issues. However, due to the lack of funds, he or she may not have been able to obtain any assistance. The alternative was to keep the person hidden at home to reduce public shame or embarrassment.

Today, there are a variety of programs and services available to assist individuals facing a pandemic crisis. If you live in Georgia, I highly recommend you check out Ray of Hope Counseling Services. They are a group of counselors and psychotherapists highly trained in helping, healing, and strengthening individuals, couples, or families with life’s changes and challenges. Their ultimate goal is to help individuals feel better. Let’s all face it, life happens! What will you do about it and how will you handle it?

Be sure to seek professional counseling from Ray of Hope Counseling Services when you are no longer able to live your best life.

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the stress of Covid-19 pandemic and other stresses of life go ahead and reach out to Therapy Peachtree City for individual professional help. The psychologist can provide tools that can help you manage your life better. They offer free consultations, flexible hours, and accepts most insurance.

Ray of Hope Counseling Services has a total of eight locations that are conveniently spread across Georgia. This includes Kennesaw, Alpharetta, Conyers, Athens, Canton, Peachtree City, East Cobb/Marietta, and Lawrenceville, plus also serving the surrounding counties.

3) Start new hobbies:

If you are at home during a pandemic start searching the Internet for fun hobbies.

Have you been wanting to pick up a new hobby or been contemplating starting a new business? Maybe you wanted to remodel your kitchen or update your bathroom with a new fall color or even perform a total makeover. What’s holding you back from taking an online course like defensive driving? Did you know there are insurance discounts available for taking these classes? Have you thought about starting a cooking YouTube channel? There are tons of at-home activities and things to do. Just make up your mind, do it, enjoy it, and start to live your best life even during a pandemic.

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Ray of Hope Counseling Services. All thoughts and opinions are my own.



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Janet Montgomery

Janet Montgomery

Lifestyle blogger who loves Fashion, Beauty, Entertainment & Travel. Sightings of People, Places & Things. Follow @frommybigeyes