Are you ready for the upcoming curfew?
Following The President’s directives on Wednesday, we all know that the curfew directive begins effective today from 7pm to 5 am. This means no one should be outside roaming during the above times. This is in pursuit to stem the spread of the coronavirus in the country.
The only persons who will be exempted from the curfew are medical professionals, health workers, critical and essential services providers.
The question is, are you ready for it? Here are a few tips
1. Shop in advance
This, however, does not mean you should panic buy. It means get essentials for your consumption. Enough to keep you indoors during these particular timelines.
Make sure you have enough food, water, electricity tokens and
2. You need to “solo House partying”
What do you need for a party?? Music, food, and drinks.
With all social gatherings being no go zones, it is better to have some fun at the house.
You can do this by dancing to your favorite playlist, biting your favorite snack while sipping your favorite cocktail.
Take this time to make fruit salads, cocktails, and other things you wanted to try.
3. Get Home Early
Always finish whatever errands you may need to set out as early as you can so as to be home early enough. You do not want to be in a situation with the law enforcers.
4. Find fun pass-time activities
Pick out a movie, watch national geography, buy games e.g. snakes and ladder, puzzles, scrabble, etc. Playing these games works as a great pass time and definitely helps strengthen your bond.
5. Adopt a workout plan
Apart from helping in weight loss and keeping fit, engaging in physical exercises is as important to your mental health as it is to your physical health?
Workout helps in;
- Decreasing anxiety
- Decreasing Stress
- Building intelligence to strengthening memory, exercise boosts brainpower.
- Increases self-esteem and self-confidence
- Better sleep
6. General cleaning
As you sanitize also take this time to clean your house and home compounds.
Still, keep in mind the aspect of self-quarantining. Minimize your movement during the day.