Mid-January Cabin Fever? How’s this for a Heat Wave? 2011 College Experience alumnus Jessica Lewis created this image of warmer days on a tropical isle while taking private art lessons at the Art in Mind Creative Wellness Studio @artinmindstudio.

Healthline.com suggests 5 Tips for Coping with “Cabin Fever”

1.       Connect with nature – Get outside if the weather allows, invest in some houseplants, or watch a nature documentary.

2.       Get your body moving – A little Cardio goes a long way. Go outside if the weather allows or try a free fitness app or YouTube Videos.

3.       Carve out some quiet time – Sometimes our “cabin fever” actually stems from being overstimulated or overwhelmed, particularly if we’re cooped up with other people. They suggest Noise-canceling headphones or earplugs, a mindful shower or bath, and gentle yoga

4.       Redecorate and/or rearrange your space to change things up

5.       Transport yourself someplace else – read a book or watch a movie that takes place somewhere far away. Have a dance party to songs like Heat Wave, Summer Nights, and Kokomo. Or you can do what Jessica did and paint yourself a paradise!

Credit: (https://www.healthline.com/health/5-tips-for-coping-with-cabin-fever-during-a-shelter-in-place#If-all-else-fails?-Remember-that-cabin-fever-isnt-forever.)