Social Distancing 101: 5 Things You Can Do

March 25th, 2020 by

Here at Beach Mazda, we’re aware of what’s going on in the world today. It sure is a crazy time. That’s just one reason we want to offer all of our clients some interesting tips that you can do while avoiding the crowds.

With the world in a rather unsure state, it’s never been more essential to practice self-care, kindness, and patience. To make sure that you retain your sanity during this extraordinary time, here are some things you can do to keep the self-isolation blues at bay.

Be Productive

On the positive side, you can finally get to all those tasks that have stacked up over the days, weeks, and months. Spending time at home can be a hindrance, but if you keep yourself engaged, the hours will definitely go by more rapidly.

Get Moving

Be cautious not to turn into a couch potato. As tempting as that may seem, your mind and body will grow tired swiftly. At-home workout films are a great place to start. You don’t have to bid good-bye to your fitness schedule just because you’re spending more time at home.

Be Mindful of Your Screen Time

The news will drain your energy faster than anything else. While it’s crucial to remain abreast of the current situation, make it a goal to turn off the news every so often. Absorbing an ambush of pessimistic stories is sure to add to your stress and anxiety levels.

Reach Out to Loved Ones

Though you may be socially isolated from your acquaintances and family members, you don’t have to be emotionally divided. Schedule times to talk during the course of the day. Connecting with others will help regulate the unique reality we’re all presently living.

Practice Positivity

In the midst of a crisis, positivity tends to take a back seat. Eliminating negative impacts from your life will help you cope with the anxiety that certainly comes with a global issue. Meditation, yoga, and breathing techniques are recognized to improve moods and reduce stress.

We Are Open (For Now)

All of us here at Beach Mazda understand that this is a frustrating period, and we want to do our part to make your world a safer, more optimistic place. If you want to learn how we can help you through the car buying process in this crazy time, please feel free to give us a call.