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What I’ve Done to Practice Mindfulness During the Pandemic

  • 3 min read
  • April 2020
  • By Body Coach Jordan Lowry, LAT, ATC

A little over a month ago, my wife and I welcomed in our new baby girl Genevieve Jae into the world. She brought with her all the sweet, fun, crazy, stressful and sleepless nights that come with having a newborn – only she was born during the chaos of a global pandemic and the self-isolation that ensued!

We’ve been very diligent about isolating our family from the world to protect everybody, especially our newborn, but we all now know that this kind of isolation can be tough on anyone as it drags on over the course of weeks and months. I wanted to share a few of the things that I’ve been doing to practice mindfulness and make the best of this challenging situation.


Keep Things in Perspective


Have an Attitude of Gratitude


Stick to a Routine


Take it Slow


Make time for Self-Care Daily


Look to Serve Others

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