I look back and I am still not fully aware of everything that is happening in the entire world. We have been at home for 3 weeks and although we still have some left, it is helping me personally, to learn and appreciate what we have and that many times we do not see. It is very important to have a series of routines for confinement.
My main goal each day is to get up and go to bed with a smile. Being happy and enjoying, facing this moment as an opportunity that life has given us to realize all those details, and not as if it were a limiting situation since we can take advantage of each action or new learning. Take advantage of your routines for the lockdown to enjoy the calm that we normally don't usually have.
As a future psychologist, what I most recommend is to have a daily routine that varies and follow it, but knowing at all times more or less what you are going to do.
8:30 a.m. Wake up and have a quiet breakfast, taking my time, which I don't have during the year and it's a pleasure for me to start the day like this.
9:30 a.m. I start studying. I have very few subjects left, the final project of the degree and I usually have online classes. So it is very appreciated to have busy mornings with studies. I have also been able to take a Course on Psychological First Aid during these weeks to be able to understand a little more the psychology before a possible moment of anxiety that many people could have.
3:00 p.m. Time to eat and rest
5:00 p.m. Online training with the little ones that I train every day at my club. They are very small girls and keeping them a daily exercise routine in which they see each other. I think it's a great opportunity to unite the whole group. And they make me very happy!
6:00 p.m. Home training. Luckily you can do many exercises with your own weight, with bottles full of water, with rubber bands... Also roller with the bike that I use for the triathlon.
8:00 p.m. Applaud and thank all those people who are exposing themselves to this virus for everything they are doing for the country. I have many friends who are at the foot of the canyon and every day I applaud for all of them and for everyone else.
8:15 p.m. Several days a week I do yoga and stretching sessions to disconnect after the whole day. It is an exercise that I have always liked to try and I am taking the opportunity to do it and learn now. The rest of the days and when I previously have a hard training session, I take advantage of it and recovery (and sports presotherapy use) with my machine presotherapy (how presotherapy works) of Sizen while i wear Relaxing music. It's definitely my time!
9:00 p.m. Dinner, put on my series or book and rest for a new day.
Finally, the summary of my day is that I manage to meet the objectives that I set for myself. Honestly, the days fly by because I don't stop doing things (sometimes I think I still need more hours... what things don't?). I love feeling this fulfilled. So I propose that you share your daily routine and so we can help each other!
Surely these confinement routines will be of great help to you!
Clara Camacho she is 2 times sub-champion of the world of artistic swimming and sizen ambassador.