Maintaining wellness for your household in the midst of a challenge like this can seem like an incredible burden, but it really breaks down into only two issues: what you put into your body, and what you put your body into.
What you put into your body means food, drink, and media. Make sure that you’re buying enough shelf-stable and frozen groceries for a long haul, to minimize your need to order groceries or venture to the store. Be careful with your portion sizes, and remember that recipe sites exist where you can enter the ingredients you have and it can provide you with a list of healthy potential recipes to make.
Drink in moderation. That goes for soda and other caffeinated drinks, as well as alcohol. Excessive caffeine intake can also exacerbate anxiety. Data suggests an unfortunate number of people are overusing alcohol in response to the pandemic. This is not only bad for mental health but general wellness. Alcohol abuse affects the body’s immunity: the last thing you need during a pandemic.