My father taught me from when I was very young not to worry. Why? Simply because most of the things that we worry about don't come true. And the ones that do happen often are not as bad as we thought that they might be. And if we have a good plan in place we can work our way through them. So instead of spending my time worrying, he taught me that I should be proactive in thinking about solutions that could help me get out of any problems that I might potentially come into. Those really feel like great words of wisdom, especially with what's going on around us right now.
Right now the most important thing we can be doing is staying focused. Focused on what we need to do to be mentally strong and get through each and every day. What does that mean? Well it means starting out each day knowing that you have a routine. A routine that you're going to follow a routine that is similar to a normal workday and that we fill those hours with things that we know are productive.