The spread of coronavirus has presented unique challenges for businesses, families and a wide range of industries. With all of the uncertainty, maintaining good mental health and practicing self-care is more important than ever. As people across the world deal with new stressors that arise from social distancing and the exponential growth of COVID-19 cases, it is important to find ways to cope and maintain healthy routines.

We spoke to our entrepreneur community to understand what self-care strategies they are using…and are excited to put their advice into action! Check out these 10 self-care tips that we love.

“Practicing a regular skincare routine in the morning and evening is my favorite way to relax and unwind.
– Dr. Erum Ilyas, Amber Moon

“I started a new hobby, knitting with my Shit That I Knit Quarantine Kit, made by friend and entrepreneur Christina Fagan.”
– Caitlin Ritt, The Lotus Method

“I’ve been making a lot more and experimenting with recipes. This has been super centering and reminds me of the passion behind my business.”
– Pooja Bavishi, Malai

“I have an abundance manifestation ritual: I breathe in all the universe has to gift me. I breathe out all that will be left behind to create the space for the most benevolent outcome.”
– Laura McCann, Adoratherapy

“15-second bouts of meditation throughout the day – which has been proven to be just as effective as a deep 30 minutes to and hour of meditation.”
– Arielle Cassidy, The Juice House

“Listening to a book on tape! Harry Potter is my safe space.”
– Naa-Sakle Akuete, Eu’Genia Shea

“Start the day with a moment of gratitude. I write down 3 new things I am grateful for, different than the day before. It helps me start the day with a positive mindset.”
– Sabena Suri, BoxFox

“Going outside for walks while safely social distancing has made all of the difference!”
– Genevive Gralton, Underbares 

“Meditating for 20-minutes in the morning and evening.”
– Shahira Marei, The Dirty Cookie

“Add some plant life to your indoor workspace. I bought a mini orchid the other day. Having it by my home workspace has really shifted my mood.”
– Sashee Chandran, Tea Drops