With the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), many people have been forced to work from home and are choosing to keep their social interactions to a minimum. Here are some tips on how to stay sane in the time of coronavirus.Reading:Make the social hiatus a positive by rediscovering books. There are fewer things more powerful than the written word. It can be a spiritual or self-help book, the autobiography of someone you admire, or a fictional story you can get lost in.Binging/Video Games:If reading isn’t your thing, there’s always TV. With an unprecedented amount of content available on streaming services such as Netflix, Disney+, Hulu and Amazon Prime, you can gather with your family, roommates or significant other and binge one of your favorite shows, or watch a classic movie to help pass the time. You can also fire up your video game consul to take the place of professional sports, while most leagues remain on hiatus. Exercise/Stretch/Diet:The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) advises people to be mindful of their physical health during this time. Take deep breaths, stretch or meditate.Try to eat healthily. Prepare well-balanced meals and exercise regularly.Just 30 minutes a day of exercise can reduce stress and boost your mood, according to the National Institute of Mental Health


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