Expect for some things to go wrong and practice acceptance. One of the things that causes distress is when our expectations and realty are divergent. Counter this by recognizing that there will be times that things are not going well and that this is to be expected. You will handle these types of situations better if you recognize that not everything will go according to plan. You will be able to adapt to difficulties quicker and more effectively if you anticipate that this will be a part of the experience.
Get active! It’s easy to fall into a rut of spending all day on electronics with most summer events and activities cancelled. But, exercise is a key component of mental wellness. Find 30 minutes each day, to get active. Take a walk, work out, or go for a hike. You will feel better and your body will thank you.