1. Plan and implement a good nutrition program.
2. Designate specific areas for work (if at home) and fitness/meditation/socializing, to mentally separate the parts of your day.
3. Exercise indoors or safely outdoors - everyday activities like walking, gardening and cleaning slash your risk of premature death and improve your overall health—so any amount of movement you can squeeze in counts for your health. Challenge yourself to extend your capabilities.
5. Clean – Besides cleaning for virus reasons, it can be a great stress reducer to do spring cleaning.
6. Play around with a hobby idea.
7. Play games with others (safely).
8. Socialize – Separate, but not apart, connect with positive, supportive others and share your life and feelings. Loneliness can compound mental and physical health issues. Using FaceTime and video chats or other social technology can help you feel not quite so alone when you're at home.
9. Meditate – Read the Bible with your voice. (Psalms, Proverbs, New testament)
10. Life is a journey. There are ups and downs. Say: “This, too will pass.” Look for ways to make things better for yourself and others. Be grateful for the things you have learned, what you have, and the opportunities before you to do good things. Give thanks in everything.
11 Be determined to be healthy, no matter your age. Say “NO! NOT FOR ME!” to all suggestions that you might get or remain ill. Medical science has proven that his practice is very powerful.
11. Be merciful and forgive yourself and others. Pray for yourself and others. Sing worship songs.
12. Find ways to help the community, for pay AND out of the goodness of your heart.