The global COVID-19 epidemic has made self-quarantine and homework the new norm. Any of our everyday routines like getting up early for outdoor activities, driving, planning kids for school, and working in the business world are at a standstill. Therefore it is crucial in these challenging times that you create an everyday routine for yourself and your family in meaning and wellbeing.

Living under a lockout is different from the standard, and it is too easy to feel out of control and exhausted as life will not be ‘usual’ again. Our worlds have now fallen away from the usual order and rituals.

Build an education system:

When you are reluctant to leave home, it can be hard to keep inspired, but you can set a plan if you have to.

Build checklists of all you want to do on a regular and weekly basis so that you will later question how to produce you were. It is also a smart strategy to set these goals and first deal with the more challenging tasks – reductions will only lead to more tension on a long-term basis! But above all, make sure you prepare in plenty of breaks. Daily breaks will be beneficial for your productivity, and when you sit down to research, you will feel more rested.

Delegate a workroom :

It is imperative to distinguish work from play while you are living and learning at home.

For instance, you may find that the connection between your personal life and education is disrupted, as you study at the same place as you watch TV, eat, dining, and sleep at night. This lack of routine could eventually give you the sense that you cannot avoid your studies and that sleep breaks and pressures grow.

It’ll even give you somewhere to “go” everywhere in the mornings – something like a commute from the morning to the campus, delegate a private research room!

Keep a healthy diet:

It’s impossible to manage a balanced diet or whether you survive on a student’s allowance and research under the sun for all the hours.

Daily exercise:

To promote a balanced lifestyle, the NHS advises that the adults do moderate exercise in the week in a minimum of 150 minutes or intense intensity activity throughout the week.

Luckily, also during the lockdown, several sporting teams and fitness clubs will attend the campus.

Study online community workouts that allow you to train daily while meeting others with common interests. Why not test anything like meditation or yoga if high-intensity exercises are not for you? It could help you find your inner peace during these first few months when things can feel stressful.

Do not stay overnight:

If you do not have to wake up to the early train, it can be easy to fall into a late-night schedule – so it can become a crucial part of your current university routine to keep a regular sleep pattern.