”As a mom you’re like, ‘I don’t want my kids to see how frustrated and overwhelmed I am,'“ the former ”Sister, Sister“ star says
Whether you’re quarantining with your parents, children, roommate, S.O. or cat — everyone is adapting to a new way of life — and it’s okay to admit that it isn’t an all-inclusive tropical vacation. Getting through this is tough, but we can learn from each other and do our best to make the most of each day.
According to actress, producer, author and entrepreneur Tia Mowry, if you want to be productive during this time, it’s important to focus on self-care by allowing yourself to heal first. She has found that the key to her success in quarantine has been through meditation.