Caregiver Life Changes During A Quarantine!

By : | 6 Comments | On : April 4, 2020 | Category : caregiver, Quarantine, Short Stories

10 Caregiver Changes of Life During A Quarantine!

Life Changes During A Quarantine!

Caregiver Life Changes During A Quarantine!

In a recent post, I shared with you how a Caregiver, Stress & Coronavirus affect each day. Changes happen every day lately which leads me to share a few posts about life and the situations.

I plan to share risks. The excitement of becoming a teacher will also be shared. Also fantastic and stressful experiences. All while doing self-care motivations also.

Caregiver life is challenging in normal situations. Yet in 2020 nothing seems normal lately.

Reorganizing my home office was the key to some success. Remodeling in Midlife has constant Updates!


10 Caregiver Changes To Share With Reader’s:

10 Caregiver Changes of Life During A Quarantine!
Photo by Charles Deluvio on Unsplash

Caregiver and Patient:

  1. Risks In An Unknown World
  2. I was already prepared for the unknown!
  3. She had some Fantastic Experiences During Quarantine!
  4. There were Stressful Experiences During Quarantine Too!
  5. Caregiver & Coronsvirus blogs posts I enjoyed

Life with Others:

  1. Becoming A Teacher Was Exciting!
  2. Relying on Others Was Not Easy!
  3. Fresh Air & Exercise Became Challenging.
  4. A Plan For Catching Up On My Reading!
  5. Catching Up With My Writing Was A Challenge!

Caregiver & Illness:

A Caregiver’s Life Changes During A Quarantine! Life Lessons happen each day. Challenges around every corner.

Caregiver & Illness is something I am working on preventing each day. Selfcare is even more important in this season of life.

The Man in the Chair can not fight such a virus. His immune system is not as strong as his caregivers. This caregiver still questions midlife thoughts.

Hearing From Caregiver Bloggers:

Photo by Christina @ wocintechchat.com on Unsplash

I would love to hear from caregivers. How has life changed during the Quarantine? Do you have a tip or resource?

Please ping-back.

Comments (6)

  1. posted by Nancy Anderson on May 3, 2020

    Donna – it must be extra challenging for caregivers right now. They never get a break. Even a 10 minute relaxation and meditation can make a big difference. Thanks for the resources.

    • posted by Donna on May 3, 2020

      Thank you for visiting. My little break from everything usually happens around 11pm. That is my pampering time before sleeping.

  2. posted by Jess on May 3, 2020

    Hi Donna
    My hubby had to be my caregiver 12 years ago when I didn’t know what was going on with my health. Diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, he helped tremendously. Currently under these conditions it must be very hard. Continuing to watch your safety, extra cleaning precautions and shorter supplies make it difficult.
    Interesting post!
    Jess xx

    • posted by Donna on May 3, 2020

      Thank you for visiting and I will be looking up that syndrome due to the fact i love learning about new things. ?

  3. posted by Melanie on May 2, 2020

    Providing care for others is a challenge and then add on all the extra precautions and stay at home order during this coronavirus pandemic makes it all a bit more stressful. So important to make a point of taking care of oneself, so there is enough to care for others. That can be easier said then done. Take care!

    • posted by Donna on May 2, 2020

      Thank you for visiting!
      Taking care of oneself got even more challenging as you will see in future posts. I became my 8 year old grandson’s teacher for 45 days.

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