And by ‘something,’ truly, the act of creation, no matter what it is, is mentally beneficial, according to psychologist Dr. Yvonne Thomas, Ph.D. Having an extended period at home when we aren’t able to participate in our regular activities allows us the opportunity to adopt new inventive skills or improving ones we already have. “You can boost positivity by flexing some creative muscles through quarantine hobbies such as cooking, baking, gardening, painting, knitting, dancing, and so on,” she continues. “All of these are a form of self-expression. Especially during a time when people generally have been feeling a lack of control over the pandemic and its effects, it can feel inspiring and joyous to find ways to grow and flourish.”
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Yvonne Thomas, Ph.D., is a Los Angeles Psychologist. To read the full article “7 Hobbies To Boost Your Financial Confidence” visit hermoney.com
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