With limited activities available to us and many of us still frequently confined to our homes, the days have a tendency to run together. I'm reminded of the 1993 movie with Bill Murray, Groundhog Day, in which he lives the same day over and over again. It can feel like we're unable to make progress or distinguish one day from the next. Weekdays blend into weekends with little to separate them but the absence of work.
Setting goals, initiating projects, and making plans that you can look forward to are all positive ways to reclaim your time. A routine may be comfortable, but at this point, different and new activities are the best way to break up your time and ensure that your routine doesn't become a rut. Head to a park you've never been to. Eat dinner outside at a local restaurant you've heard great things about. Schedule time to speak with friends you haven't seen in a while. Now's the time to try something new!
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