2. Take care of your health. Make sure you are exercising a little bit, drinking water, and eating right. This will help you feel better. These are common sense, but sometimes we forget and need to be reminded.
3. Take care of our physical space. Sometimes our surroundings mirror how we feel. If our space is a disaster, we may feel terrible. Tidy up, get organized, and continue to hunt for that job.
4. Get some fresh-air. Get outside, take a walk, get some exercise, and get out of the house. When you're out of work you don't leave the house regularly and this could make you feel down. Do it everyday.
5. Help others. Volunteer. There are plenty of places that need extra hands. I have recently volunteered at a food pantry, and the amount of help they needed was crazy! They were so busy and needed as many people as possible. I'm sure wherever you are, someone nearby could use your help. Maybe even a neighbor.
6. Take mini-adventures. Pretend you're a tourist in your own city. Visit museums, zoos, parks, aquariums, etc. Just get out of the house, and get moving around. If you're a foodie, check out what restaurants your local newspaper is featuring.
7. Learn something new. Read up on something you've always wanted to learn. You now have time to learn about something you're interested in, and maybe even gain a new skill from this.
8. Talk with your friends and family. Talk to your friends and family about your feelings. Someone who will just listen. It helps to give your thoughts and feelings a voice.
9. Get physical. The book discusses punching pillows, but any sort of physical activity will do. Maybe pop in a kick-boxing tape? Or Just Dance for Wii? Ha!
10. Keep a gratitude journal. This is a great habit to have. Everyday, write down things that make you happy, glad, or grateful. Looking back at this will remind of the good things you have, and that being unemployed is only temporary.