Being Together ApartBeing Together Apart

People are meant to be together, having social interaction is so important for our peace of mind and relationships. But in times where we need to stay home for our health and the health of others, how can we remain social and happy? Here are some fun ways to connect as you would before but keeping your social distancing in place.

Do Life Together

Are you making dinner, cleaning out your closet, or watching tv? Turn on FaceTime, Skype or your other favorite video messaging system put it where you have a good view of your room and do it together. You can have the same normal downtime and interactions that you normally would while keeping everyone healthy and safe in their own home. Plus, you have the fun and distraction of video interference and technical glitches to add to your entertainment.

Develop the Lost Art of Penmanship

When is the last time you checked your mail and found a letter from someone? Connecting through words and reading the sentiments of someone close to you can be treasured forever. Take a few minutes, pull out your old stationery or even blank printer paper and write a letter to someone you love. You never know when a letter will be brightening up your mailbox in return. As a bonus, this is a great way for kids to practice reading and writing.

Check Out Social Media

It is one time when social media can be your best friend. Post and comment positive messages and thoughts to your friends and family. Stay connected throughout the day and check-in with each other with live experiences, real-life inspiration of how others are handling the isolation, fun videos and everything positive.



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