Good habits. Bad habits. Habits are the result of repetitive behavior. We are at home, isolated, distanced, and a bit stir crazy. This is going to be more than a moment in time. Things will change, we will change, and perhaps we ought to look at how we deal.

Let’s make the best of this enforced time off…get something out of it. It’s the little things.

1. Wrinkles, Wrinkle, Wrinkles

We all know your routine Botox appointment with Dr. Imber may be pushed a bit. While nothing even compares to Botox, make sure you are doing your part at-home to help treat your wrinkles. Refrain from pulling at your face or furrowing your brows, and use our RetinUltimate Transforming Gel every night. For a limited time, receive 30% OFF this product when you enter code WRINKLE at checkout.

2. Try to be mindful about not gaining the COVID 19

Create some daily eating habits that include quality meals and memories. Fish and good vegetables are abundant. Cooking is fun for everyone so mix it up, try something new. Look to The New York Times, particularly Melissa Clark, and friends, for new twists on things on your shelves or in your fridge. Bottom line, make meals a fun part of the day.

3. Always Dress to Impress

Getting dressed to work at home is a good idea. If you are observing isolation it will help preserve your sanity. Like the way the British soldiers in North Africa who shaved and dressed smartly daily, you need to maintain your pride to keep your head in the game.

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