By Ruth Kehinde– Digital Editor
Ruth Kehinde’s son, Mr.Snuggles finally get’s his sleeping schedule back on track after following Kehinde’s resting tips. Photo by Ruth Kehinde.
Being in quarantine seems as if having an agenda for every day may be hard to make, for staying inside can seem unmotivating. With being unmotivated, your body-clock may be out of whack and not wanting to do something about readjusting; it will only continue to go downhill from there. If you’re struggling on how to reset your sleeping cycle, here are five gradual steps that may help change when you catch your z’s:
By Hannah Akerly– 1851 Staff
With starting a passion project, you need to create an outline first of where your first step is going to be. Photo courtesy of Google.
Quarantine gives us the time to start working on our passion projects. For a lot of young people, this can include anything from starting a blog to learning a new language. Here are 10 ways to kickstart your passion project!
By Katie Peters and Holly Feola– Arts Editor and News Editor
Quarantine can make it difficult to access mental health resources. In a time when it’s important to be there for people who need it, in-person support isn’t always an option. The lack of face-to-face interactions with a support system may leave people feeling isolated. Many people have turned to the internet for help.