They tell us self-isolation involves following simple, common-sense steps to avoid close contact with other people. Doing so will help protect you and your family from spreading infectious diseases.
There must be other benefits.
The holiday season is coming, we get to spend time with family, passing presents around eating, drinking, playing together and there is no escape.
Don’t get me wrong; I love my family. I really do. But after a lot of “together time" my energy is sapped, my brain becomes mush, and my body demands a quieter, less stimulating space.
Taking more time for yourself has the ironic effect of ultimately making your relationships better so in the name of self-care or sanity, get to a place where you can spend time alone and enjoy it — without phones, or guilt, or the nagging feeling that you’re not being “social” or “productive.”
So why don’t we all self-isolate from time to time. Global Culture saying it as it is.