Quarantine With Christine: Random Things You Need on Your Desk To Make it a Peaceful Workspace



For all but essential workers, quarantine has forced our lifestyle to be “work from home” centered. Blogging has always caught my eye because of the ability to work from anywhere, especially home! I started this blog back in 2014 as a hobby and am dedicated to make it more than that.

This means my new apartment needs to feel like a workspace and stay homy at the same time because, well, I live in it. I have compacted a list of random things you need on your desk to help you create an environment that’s both productive and relaxing.

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Lifestyle, Mental Health

Quarantine With Christine: Reset Day



As mentioned in my previous post, finding motivation during quarantine was becoming nearly impossible for myself. To recap, I have struggled with mental health since middle school. These times have caused a lot of extra anxiety, especially being a recent college grad who just moved across the country with no job. I would like to say, this does not lessen anyone else’s struggles at the moment, but is just what I have been facing on my own.Β 

I decided to invent what I call a “Reset Day”. Okay, I probably am not the first person to come up with this idea, but I thought of it myself, so I deserve a little bit of credit πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ.

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Lifestyle, Mental Health

Quarantine With Christine: Easy Steps to Better Yourself


Life at the moment couldn’t be weirder. This whole quarantine thing has done a lot for me, good and bad. About a month ago I had just moved out to LA to pursue my dreams in the entertainment industry and this has left me out here struggling, without work. It has given me a lack of motivation on so many levels and has created an environment for myself that makes it almost impossible to get out of bed in the morning. Almost impossible to shower. To eat. To exercise. To doΒ anything that would be considered productive, even in the slightest. It has gotten to a point where I believed that painting my nails meant I was pushing myself.

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