How To | Laugh Away the Blues
Laughter is the Best Medicine
So you're stuck indoors for an extended period with not much to do? We feel your pain. Seeing the same four walls every day for a long time is enough to drive anyone up the wall. So how do you stay sane at a time like this? Here's a clue: it's one word, seven letters, and rhymes with rafter.
Laughing in the face of boredom is the easiest way to see you through unbearable isolation. So how do you keep laughing when you can barely leave your yard? It's actually a lot simpler than you would imagine.
Have you seen all those challenges that are doing the rounds on social media? Trying to keep up with all of them is like trying to race a sports car with a pair of rollerblades. But that's a good thing! Why not join the rest of the world's silliness. Take part in a few of the challenges and post them online. Who knows? Your videos just might go viral.
Binge on Comedy
Your WiFi router is probably working harder than ever at the moment. Since you're probably going to be staring at a screen for most of the day, might as well get a few laughs from it. The Aromat Comedy Club is one of the places where you can get a good laugh or two. Whichever corner of the world wide web you end up on, make sure you're going to leave with a few chuckles.
Don't Be Afraid to Laugh at Yourself
It's easy to take yourself a bit too seriously when you're stressed. Your jaw is always clenched from your nerves, and it feels like you can't see past your anger and frustration. But if you want to make it out of this in one piece, you're going to have to lighten up a bit.
And what better way to do that than laughing at yourself? If you find yourself absentmindedly burning dinner or mixing your whites with your colours on laundry day, laugh it off. The damage has already been done, so what's the point in getting yourself worked up over the situation?
Life is like an omelette without Aromat seasoning— bland. We don't know about you, but living a bland life doesn't sound like a vibe. Being at home all the time may not be an ideal situation, but (to quote a cliche) nothing lasts forever. Before you know it, you'll be outdoors, sharing your laughter with those who matter most to you!