|1. Keep yourself updated: Remember all those articles and books you’ve been meaning to read? Now is the time to revisit your bookmarks. Give yourself a break from reading COVID-19 news and create a window of time to keep yourself updated on the literature you enjoy.|
2. Attend virtual events: You now have the opportunity to attend events that were virtually rescheduled. Silver lining = no travel! There are several webinars and workshops that agents, speakers, and companies have going on.
3. Revisit that shelved project: Take out that unfinished work, put your thinking cap on and try to figure out if you can work on it. A fresh perspective might actually help you come up with new ideas.
4. Build connections: Check in with your people and reach out to new people! With social distancing, people are spending more time on social media. Take advantage of this opportunity to network.
5. Not being productive can also be productive: Take care of yourself! All said and done, don’t feel pressured to reorganize your whole house. As Fay Lin, a mental health advocate, said in a recent tweet: “It is ok to struggle with productivity, mourn the experiences that were canceled due to social distancing, and feel anxious of the uncertainty.” Use this time to take a break and hit the reset button on your life. Long hours, late nights, failed experiments, missed deadlines, working weekends, little time for family and friends: your life has probably revolved around these since the time you started your career. Now that you have the time, why not take it easy for a bit? Take rest, take time out for yourself, consciously practice self-care.
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