Signs This Pandemic Is Impacting Your Mental Health

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Get back to it, one day at a time

Don’t think about the end goal. Don’t think about all of the things you have to do to get there. Break up your goals into daily and even hourly tasks. This gives you the chance to achieve something every day, and feel accomplished, which has a way of sending those, “What’s the point?” feelings away. And, just like you did when there was no quarantine, work on some of your projects not yet knowing for what they’re destined, but knowing they’re important to you, and you’ll get them somewhere. That was always true, quarantine or no quarantine.

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