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How to Survive Self Isolation, According to an Astronaut | Digital Trends

How to survive self-isolation

How to survive self-isolation

... according to astronaut Chris Hadfield:

  • Understand the real risk. Generalized fear is not helpful. Search for credible sources to find out the real level of risk that you are facing.
  • Pick a mission or think about your objectives, and try to decide what you want to get done.
  • Look at your constraints. Consider factors like financial resources and your obligations.
  • Take action. Start acting, whether that’s taking care of family members, learning an instrument, studying a language, reading, writing, or any other activity.

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How to survive self-isolation

... according to astronaut Chris Hadfield:

  • Understand the real risk. Generalized fear is not helpful. Search for credible sources to find out the real level of risk that you are facing.
  • Pick a mission or think about your objectives, and try to decide what you want to get done.
  • Look at your constraints. Consider factors like financial resources and your obligations.
  • Take action. Start acting, whether that’s taking care of family members, learning an instrument, studying a language, reading, writing, or any other activity.

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