Don’t forget about normal and regular self-care. Specifically, be sure to follow the same dress and grooming patterns you have in the past. Just because you are not going out and socializing like you may have in the past doesn’t mean that it’s no longer important to take time to do the normal things. For example, brushing teeth, washing your face, doing your hair, putting on the kind of clothes you would normally wear, etc. There is value in sticking to these routines even when the reasons for doing so have changed.
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.