With this, potentially newfound, abundance of time, how are you choosing to use it? Perhaps there are a few new skills to learn?
We are seeing so many people venture outdoors and spending time in nature or with family which is so beautiful to see! So many are picking up painting for the first time since school, making the time to read again or getting acquainted and adventurous in the kitchen.
Have you ever caught yourself saying, ‘if only I had the time to, learn Spanish, learn guitar, do an online course in nutrition’ etc. etc.?
Well now you have an abundance of time. So why not give yourself that extra little push to step outside of your comfort zone? To step outside of your previously perceived constraints and do something for you?
New skills to learn in Lockdown could be:
– Learning a language (e.g. Spanish, French, Italian etc.)
– Teaching yourself to cook
– Learning to meditate
– Learning how to code
– Learning an instrument
– Brushing up on a subject you love but never make the time for
– Learning to braid hair (yours or your children’s)
– Learning to dance
– Learning how to build a website
– Teaching your pet new tricks (probably most applicable to dogs?)
– Learning how to grow your own fruit and vegetables
– Learning yoga/pilates/boxing
– Learning more about nutrition
– Learning how to consciously communicate
– Learning digital marketing
– Learning photography
– Learning how to cut hair
– Learning how to manage your time
– Learning problem solving
– Creating a YouTube channel
The list goes on and on.
But really have a think. What do you feel would enrich your soul? To take you that little step closer to living as the highest expression of yourself and future proofing you coming out of this isolation season and equipping you for dealing with the upcoming recession.
This time is such a gift. Use it wisely.
This is an extremely strange and difficult time for all of us. Our goal during this time is to help you all as much as we can. So, we’re dedication all of our content to advice and ideas on how to cope and thrive during this time – as best as possible.
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Until next time!