19th March 2020
To stay healthy, keep skills ticking over, and hopefully learn new things, I would suggest organising your days in advance. Make sure you get up at a good time (before 9am!), get dressed, eat breakfast, complete any jobs and smile J
Try not to be anxious about everything going on in the world – maybe start a journal where you can jot down or draw positive things from your days at home? Make sure you speak to your family and friends every day and talk about anything that’s worrying you – a problem shared becomes less of a problem J
Check the website regularly as we will be updating it with things for you to do. Make sure you don’t argue over work – we don’t need to do this Instead cuddle up together and read, read, read, take turns reading with everyone in your household.
Take this time to do things you don’t often get time to do: cooking; playing board games or card games; practising a musical instrument; gardening; learning a new craft; writing letters or postcards to family members; drawing pictures for people; learning to tell the time, do a puzzle; build a fort, watch TV together; set up a tent in your living room and camp out…..the list is endless.
In other words, spend time together. Though this is an uncertain time, it could very well be a time where you make amazing memories to remember for ever J
We will be thinking about you all every day and cannot wait for things to get back to normal J
Take care J
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