Social Isolation: Making Better Habits

May 15, 2020

The Fire Pit Blog by Unique Camping + Marine Social Isolation: Making Better Habits

Social isolation can definitely make good habits even harder to implement. In fact, habits make up about 43% of what we do every day, so it’s understandable that new and unexpected circumstances might throw a wrench in our good-habit mechanisms!

But according to this article about creating new habits during social isolation, social isolation might give you the perfect opportunity to develop some new habits! 

Some new good habits could include: 
  • Cooking at home more often
  • Spending more family time at parks or in the outdoors
  • Exercising more
  • Eating better
  • Practicing a form of meditation
  • Engaging more with others

All in all, we shouldn’t let this time go to waste. In fact, the era of social isolation might be the optimal time to build some new habits!

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