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Stay Productive During the Pandemic

  • 2020/10/26

Do you want to stay productive during the pandemic? You can ask this question to Pandita, one of our vocational students. He had a sharing session with his peers at his campus on how to stay productive during the pandemic. Before the Instagram sharing session on June 10, Pandita had won third place on a vlog competition at his campus. His vlog was about five things you can do to stay productive during the pandemic. 

During the sharing session, Pandita described how dreary his days were because he could not meet his friends. Since the classes were online and outdoor activities were limited, he said that he missed the campus life. Then one day, he realized that he had to be productive to overcome the boredom. Therefore, he tried different new activities, and one of them was joining a vlog competition. Although he has no experience in creating a video, he challenged himself to take part in that competition. He then recorded a simple home video: How to avoid boredom and stay productive during this stay-at-home period.

Here are what Pandita suggested:

  • Learn to play a musical instrument, as you will gain a new skill after the pandemic period. Moreover, playing music can make you happier, and it might become your favorite activity in the future.
  • Clean your house. Take advantage of your extra time at home to tidy up your house. More time at home provides an opportunity to clean the house, and your stay-at-home period will be more useful. A clean house also will boost up your mood.
  • Grow plans. Gardening can be therapeutic activities as it has a positive effect on your physical and mental wellbeing.  Whether you are growing flowers, fruits or vegetables in your garden, it will not only make your home prettier, but you also will get extra benefits from eating the fruits and vegetables.
  • Read books. A lot of reading materials are available online; many are free for digital downloads. You can also still buy books from home as most bookstores now offer delivery service. There is a wide selection of novels and comic books that interest you. The information you get from reading will surely make your stay-at-home period more valuable.
  • Finally, do regular physical exercise. Activities such as doing sports enhance your physical fitness and overall health, which has a positive impact on your immune system.  

“It is a hard time for all of us. We need to focus on what we have and what we can do to stay productive. It is more important to focus on what we have rather than complaining about what we don’t,” said Pandita during the sharing session.

Thank you for the inspiration, Pandita. Stay well and healthy! 


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