21 Ways to Keep Yourself Occupied At Home
WE are facing a big threat. A pandemic—a virus which has spread to 200 countries, has caused more than 20,000 deaths in a short span of a few months and more than 400,000 confirmed cases so far!
Some experts are saying that this is just a start.
Many countries have initiated partial/full lockdowns. And to be honest, we are not sure how long this lockdown could be!
There is still no vaccine available and we are not sure of what the future holds for us!
All these facts are enough for even the strongest of all to be fearful for our loved ones!
I would like to state this beautiful quote from the current book I am reading titled: The Daily Stoic—366 Mediations on Wisdom, Perseverance, and the Art of Living” by Ryan Holiday and Stephen Hanselman:
“The chiefs task in life is simply this: to identify and separate matters so that I can say clearly to myself which are externals not under my control. Where then do I look for good and evil? Not to uncontrollable externals, but within myself to the choices that are my own….”
-EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 2.5.4—5
It’s important to be aware and gather as much information about this threat which will allow us to keep our families safe.
Spending an hour or two to know about the events is good enough.
But I firmly believe that if you start to constantly discuss, watch or listen and obsess over it for long stretches of time, day after day, weeks after weeks, these negative chain of thoughts will engulf your mind and lead you to abyss.
It may cause chronic stress and anxiety leading to excess worry which in turn will significantly lower your immune systems strength to ward off the viruses.
More and more people are going to be spending a lot of time at home. And therefore it becomes imperative to use this time wisely by being purposefully occupied.
This course will give you 21 ways you can do so.
Why listen to Me?
I have been a ‘Work from Home' Warrior for more than 10+ years.
In these 10+ years I have managed to:
-Build a Six-Figure Online Wellness Business
-Travelled and lived in many countries. Basically enjoyed a remote lifestyle where I was able to work from anywhere. Just needed a laptop and internet connection.
-I have spend 90% of the time working from almost every corner of the houses that I stayed in
-Have managed to keep myself into tip-top shape
-Optimized my health with all the bio-markers in perfect range
& a few other awesome things….
Managing yourself from home is not easy and requires a lot of dedication and discipline.
It also requires innovation and creative thinking.
It requires you to schedule things and build a solid routine that allows you to grow and progress not only in your work but also as a human being.
Also, its very very easy to waste all the time and get super-bored.
I hope this course can help you utilise this valuable time in the most efficient and effective manner.
All the best,
Stay Safe, Stay At Home.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who spend a lot of time at home for work
- Anyone who is restricted at home due to the Pandemic or any other reason
Akash is a Holistic Health Practitioner and Board-Certified from the American Alternative Medical Association. He also has two certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)—Certified Personal Trainer and Performance Enhancement Specialist.
Akash is also a Yoga Teacher [E-RYT 200 Yoga Alliance] and has over 1000 teaching hours under his belt!
Akash is a creator of fabulousbody[dot]com. Through his website, his mission is to help millions of people around the world to become fit and healthy.
He has more than a decade of experience in the fitness industry in various positions— personal trainer, yoga and nutritional expert. In 2010, he got an opportunity to open his own health club under the name of Jovenus Fitness where he had the privilege to train and counsel thousands of people and help them with their health and fitness goals.
Akash is also an author of three books that can be found on Amazon. He also writes on Quora and his answers have garnered more than 12 million views in less than a year.