Quarantine Vibin'
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Quarantine Vibin'

A little quarantine bucket list, if you will.

Quarantine Vibin'

I'm the type of person who always likes to have my endgame in mind, which is a huge reason why quarantine is stressing me out. I don't know how long this will go on and I don't know how this will turn out. I have no end game.

When I worry... I don't stress eat, stress cry, or stress sleep. I plan.

I'm determined to make quarantine as productive and positive of an experience as possible. So I made a Quarantine Vibin' list.

I organized it into four sections: Career (self-explanatory), Wellness (much-needed), Youth (I need to stay young), and Wholesome (I try).


Prep for consulting.

Time to grind on mock interviews, resume and cover letter revisions, and mental math (I highly recommend the Mental Math app)! I want my brain to stay sharp during quarantine.

Watch Netflix in Chinese.

My Mandarin is really bad so I'm planning on watching Chinese dramas with English subtitles. After elementary school, I stopped working on my Chinese — and this is the perfect time to start learning again!


Workout and do dance videos.

The goal is to workout one to one and a half hours a day and dance along with The Fitness Marshall (check out his YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheFitnessMarshall).

Walk Sunny (my dog).

He deserves the best… and what better time to give it to him than now?

Do yoga.

Breathe in, breathe out.


I used to be a dancer, and it's time to get my flexibility back! Stretching right before bed also helps me have a deeper and more restful night.


What better time than now to cozy up with some good books? I'm planning on reading Option B, Becoming, and Girl Boss.


Originally I had "tan" on my list, but I'm trying to focus on enjoying the process rather than evaluating the result. In a time like this, it's important to stay as positive as possible.

Glow up my room.

Now that I basically live there...

Write letters to friends.

Taking a break from technology while staying in touch with friends… what could be better?

FaceTime friends.

FaceTime is the closest thing we have to meeting in person! I love FaceTiming friends while going on a walk — this helps me get moving when I'm feeling lazy!

Throw Netflix parties.

Who says you can't throw parties without social distancing? https://www.netflixparty.com/


Laugh more.

Laughing is a great stress reliever!

Learn how to twerk and yike.

Why not?

Sing more.

I was a singer in high school but I stopped singing when I entered college. After being quarantined for a few days, I realized that this is a great opportunity to get back into it. Once my friends started requesting songs, it evolved into a fun project!


Plan for Mother's Day.

Mother's Day 2020 is less than two months away! Since we're quarantined now, I have plenty of time to plan something special for my mom.

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