Australian Geographic

TEN TIPS TO COPE WITH ISOLATION

1 Give yourself goals

n current circumstances, goals might include making time to contact people, exercise or work on jobs around the house, read the book you’d always wanted to read, learn a new skill. Keep the list varied to maintain your interest and adjust it until you’re happy. Continue to learn and grow. Try to reframe isolation as an opportunity rather than a burden. Think of when, in the past, you wished the working week was over and you could spend more time at home – working when felt like it, to rhythm and pace

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