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PSI- Positive Self Isolation

Are you daunted by the possibility of self isolation?

Why not look at it as a positive opportunity? 

The basic rule is to have a structure to your day. Unless you are ill don’t spend all day in bed. Don’t spend all day in your pyjamas. Set yourself a routine, eat at regular times, move around a bit, vary activities and don’t spend all day watching TV. If you are working from home keep to office hours, which means start and stop work at your normal time. It's also a good idea to give yourself a normal lunch break - and get some fresh air. Build in keeping-in-touch time, but don’t use it simply to moan! Remember that if you are interested in the wider world you will be interesting to others.

Here are some ideas to try for things that you may not usually have time for, some can be addictive! Try to vary what you are doing and do bits of various things during the day.

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