How to remain motivated in lockdown

How to remain motivated in lockdown

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Amidst national lockdown, when all the Indians have confined at their homes, some good-for-nothing people are killing their time by prioritizing their laziness. Undoubtedly, Laziness is an art but a counter enemy of creativity. Rishi Kapoor, the Bollywood gem beautifully said that creative minds are restless. So, if in the COVID-19 pandemic, our minds are at rest then we should refrain to say that we are creative. Even today if we glance at the world’s situation, it is blatant that mostly this virus will still take enough time to be wiped out clearly from Earth. Then why sit idle. Start doing something creative from today. This is the right time to unleash your concealed talents and come up with outstanding skills. Keep in mind that no skill is useless. Cook, paint, draw, write whatever you want but don’t sit idle. Even you can help your mother in cleansing some unreached corners of the home. Fact says that in ancient times when people were kept in quarantine in the Plague pandemic situation, Shakespeare came up with his best-selling novel ‘King Lear’.The pertinent question of the quarantine hour is that if he could then why can’t you. You can and even in a fantastic way. You have jeopardized yourselves in a very lax manner that is not quietly acceptable.

Time has come to pull your socks up and delve into the ocean of creativity. Relax your fingers from tireless typing of WhatsApp chats and Instagram scrolling. This is for the students of India who have not played hookey, Be ready to rock your inner self. You all are in the jug of brackish water. The water depicts your inaccessibility to your hidden skills. Smash the jug and jump into the river. Perfection is waiting for you. If you can’t go outside, go inside. Otherwise, you will be imprisoned inside the trap of Isolation fear where stress and anxiety won’t leave you. So here are some tips which I will present to make your quarantine life productive.

  • Do meditation daily
  • Read interesting books. If, not available, watch a web series.
  • Spend your time in Gardening. It will connect you with Nature.
  • Digital Detox. Remain far from your mobile phone.
  • Do anything which soothes your mind; cooking, painting, drawing, painting.

So, these are some daily things in which you can opt for your schedule as well. And don’t forget that you have to stay at home to stay safe.


Raghav Arora

Raghav Arora

Im a student of civil Engineering. Im very fond of reading books and recently published my ebook on Amazon kindle "A Mysterious Honeymoon"

Raghav Arora

Im a student of civil Engineering. Im very fond of reading books and recently published my ebook on Amazon kindle "A Mysterious Honeymoon"

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