3. Embrace Movement Gratitude.
Engaging in physical activity is one way we can take care of our bodies and feel our best. As a family, brainstorm some ways that you can be active together. Then choose an activity and schedule a time to do it together for at least 20 minutes. Maybe you love to dance, do yoga, walk, or go for a run. Consider an activity that you haven’t done before. Do your activity. Take a moment to notice how good it feels to move, and how exercise can benefit your physical and mental health.
4. Write well-wishes to local hospitals and nursing homes.
There are many people who feel lonely, sick or scared right now. Think of someone in your community who could use some words of encouragement. Consider writing a note to thank a nurse, a doctor, or someone who may feel isolated. Draw a picture, write a poem or simply tell someone you’re thinking of them. Whether you choose a stranger or a neighbor, words of encouragement and positivity will brighten someone’s day in a meaningful way.