Last week, Governor Pritzker announced the #AllIn campaign as a way to unite Illinois’ citizens as we adhere to shelter-in-place policies. Staying inside doesn’t have to mean a complete abandonment of our favorite activities, however. Below are three tips that can help keep you motivated to stay inside, even with spring temperatures beginning to warm up.
Three ways to be All In:
Establish a Routine
Sheltering in place has been hard for some to adjust to because of the disruption to daily schedules. However, you can still maintain a level of normalcy by following an ‘inside’ routine. Consider starting your mornings with coffee or tea, some yoga or other light exercise, and writing out a short list of tasks to complete for the day. If you’re working from home, you might enjoy adding an evening walk once the workday is over. Just be sure to adhere to safe social distancing when you encounter others on the street.
Properly Dispose of Your PPE
When you do decide to take walks or grab groceries, it’s advised to cover your nose, mouth, and wear gloves. Please remember to appropriately dispose of any personal protective equipment (PPE). Think garbage cans—not sidewalks.
Take Advantage of Indoor Fun
Just because we can’t go outside doesn’t mean we can’t have fun inside. In fact, quite a few activities can be easily adapted to social distancing guidelines. Here are a few suggestions:
Let us know how you’re being All In and passing the time indoors. Together, we can all play our part to keep everyone safe.
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