I think I will write a new book called “How to Become an Introvert – A Survival Guide for Managing a Lockdown.”
Body-Mind-Spirit: all need to be fed.
For the body. Keep up with an exercise program. I have my “daily dozen” exercises that I do at the foot of my bed. I do not need a gym or even a workout “tape” (showing my age). I also live in an area where I can walk and it is easy to maintain social distancing – at 5:30 AM, it is difficult to find other people to social distance from.
For the mind. I am fortunate, I can work from home. The nature of my work is that it is creative in nature. However, I do find myself reading a lot more. I’m learning things about topics I’ve never considered before. With today’s technology, I can bring an entire library to my computer screen.
I am on a “news diet.” The adage, “If it bleeds it leads” holds sway in journalism, therefore news media (video, on line or printed) tends to be disturbing and depressing. I get most of my news online, so I can manage the content better. I stay away from cable “news.”
Establish a regular daily routine. We are creatures of habit.
For the Spirit: I used to get my energy by plugging in at the services on Sunday. I can still do this on line. It’s not quite the same, but it is much better than nothing. Fortunately, our priests and deacons are really good with a sermon.
If you wish, you can curl up with the Bible or works by other theologians.
Also there is nothing wrong with secular spiritualism. Poetry, art, music and philosophy come to mind.