As preparations are made for Pennsylvania businesses to slowly begin to reopen amid COVID-19, many begin to discuss what our “new normal” will look like. It is still advised that for safety reasons we remain socially distanced when possible and continue to follow personal hygiene recommendations.
Life today is unrecognizable for many. Local businesses are temporarily closed, jobs are on hold, and social distancing guidelines have been set. The change in routine and the fear generated around the Coronavirus pandemic can be hard for many to keep a positive outlook. Follow the 5 simple tips below to stay positive during this time.
We’ve all been there. You arrive home from work after a particularly stressful day, or you’re feeling upset after having an argument with your significant other, and you look to food for comfort. Whether it’s a pint of ice cream that you eat straight out of the carton or boxed macaroni and cheese that brings the comfort you’re looking for, food can provide the emotional relief we’re looking for. But while it may make us feel good at the moment, the food choices we make can drastically impact our mood for the worse over time.
Everyone experiences anxiety on some level. Minor stresses, a worry, concern about a potential outcome all fall into the category of anxiety. It’s a part of life, but it’s not all bad. Anxiety and stress are a way to let your body know that danger or threats are nearby, and even excitement. At times, anxiety…