Dealing with so many unexpected stressors that we’ve never experienced before can have a huge impact on every aspect of our health.
Stay indoors for long periods of time and away from usual social connections can also leave us feeling isolated and a bit anxious. That’s why now, more than ever, it’s important to put some additional time into practicing intentional self care.
Keeping your mindset positive and finding healthy ways to manage emotions is actually just as essential as keeping your immune system strong with a balanced diet and immune-supporting supplements.
This can be done by keeping your mind busy with fun projects, meditation, journaling, reading, doing an indoor workout or yoga class, taking a relaxing bubble bath, baking, or anything that brings you joy and lowers stress levels.
As a nation so full of heart, Americans all around the country have been coming together and connecting in so many different ways recently. With all of the negative, fearful, and false ideas circulating in the news and on social media regarding the pandemic, we wanted to take the opportunity to spread a bit of positivity during this challenging and uncertain week.
These random acts of kindness and online enrichment inspired by the current health crisis have been coined as “caremongering” by social media and, beginning in Canada, have now spread across the U.S. We hope these generous acts may help lift your spirits today!
Neighbors on a block in St. Paul, Minn. have been responsibly practicing their right to stay healthy and connected with one another. Standing in chalked circles about 10 feet apart, the residents of Mac Groveland have been gathering each evening for daily calisthenics.
And every day, there have been more and more neighbors showing up! One of the neighbors, Kim Kokx, says, “We’re not created to be in isolation. We’re created to be in community. So, we’re doing community as best we can.” Great effort St. Paul!
After one Twitter post went viral, Americans began putting their Christmas lights back up in neighborhoods around the country as a way to spread some extra cheer and positivity with the trending hashtag #lightsforlife and #coronakindness.
Want to get in on the efforts? Hang some festive lights in your window as a sign of connection and solidarity that we are all in this together, even when physically separated.
Many businesses and educational institutions are hosting live stream classes for free that aren’t usually free as a way to help people keep busy and active while indoors.
Have you always wanted to try yoga but haven’t had the time or money to sign up at a yoga studio? This is the perfect time to give it a try in the comfort of your home, for free!
Good Housekeeping Magazine has put together 25 of these newly free fitness options for you to try.
The mandatory closure of most of the world’s most famous music and performance venues has led a number of great arts organizations to begin streaming some very special and pricey classical music concerts and operas online free of charge.
In an effort to help fend off the cabin fever, Google Arts & Culture has partnered with over 500 global art museums and galleries to provide public access to some of the world’s most famous art collections. These free virtual tours allow us to experience world history and culture without leaving the safety of our home.
A number of companies are providing free food and drinks as a way to help support and show their gratitude for healthcare workers caring for our citizens.
Starbucks is serving free coffee to first responders and healthcare workers dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, as well as Sweetgreen, Uber Eats, and many more!
In order to do our part here at Primal Harvest, we are working non-stop to make sure you get your orders on-time and avoid any possible delays in delivery.
We are working hard to maintain constant communication in the case of any delays and keep our discounts going for as long as supplies last.
IT'S ABOUT YOU. IT'S ABOUT YOUR HEALTH. IT'S ABOUT RECONNECTING.
ALL THE BEST,