It's time to do the things you keep putting off. Here's how.
If you're lucky enough to have a job that lets you shelter in place while you work, here are some ways to stay productive in your downtime.
Now might be a good time to reset and address some of the personal-life projects you've been putting off. It’s one of a few ways to
stave off anxiety
, feel less stressed about your personal affairs, build community, and maybe even learn a thing or two.
Staying healthy and sane during the Covid-19 crisis
The coronavirus crisis is a matter of public health, even for those who don't contract the virus. This is GQ's guide to staying safe, healthy, and sane, with clarity on what social distancing really means, maintaining your mental health in the face of anxiety (and cabin fever), and expert-driven advice on the questions we all have. (Yes, you can go for a run.)
WFH tips I’ve learned after working from home for 12 years
As the outbreak has grown, some employees chose to WFH, then individual team leaders encouraged their teams to avoid the office. And suddenly, WFH has become mandatory policy for entire companies. Whether your job is ideal for working from home or not, this is your reality for the foreseeable future. And that’s why I figure now is the time to share what I’ve learned over the years.