Advice to help you live your healthiest life, covering fitness, nutrition, mental health, self-care and much more.
We want to thank Nova Scotians who are able to stay home for committing to stay home. Thank you for taking this seriously and doing what’s right – not just for your own wellbeing but also for the wellbeing of your neighbours, family members and friends.
We know that not everyone has the privilege of being able to work from home. We appreciate the Nova Scotians working on the front lines with us and serving their communities.
To show our gratitude, we’ve compiled a list of resources to help you stay entertained, engaged and active over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our hope is that these materials will bring you a little bit of joy as you continue to shelter in place.
If you have kids at home doing distance learning—or you want to take advantage of this time to learn something new yourself—these resources can offer online courses for adults and lessons geared towards kids, including at-home science experiments.
Staying at home doesn’t mean sitting on the couch—on the contrary, it’s important to be active. These resources can help you continue to live a healthy lifestyle without leaving your house or neighbourhood.
Now is the time to watch that documentary you’ve had your eye on, learn about remarkable Nova Scotians of the past, take a virtual tour of India or host a game night with your family.
Mental health resources
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, anxious or depressed, you’re not alone. Take care of yourself by seeking help from these mental health services.
Even if you can’t go out, you can get a dose of culture with music videos and live-streamed concerts.
What’s a better time than now to try out some new recipes? Expand your culinary skills with videos and how-tos from these kitchen experts:
We hope these lists provide you with a bit of inspiration to lift your spirits. Share with your friends and family because reaching out and staying connected is more important than ever.
Doctors Nova Scotia