Many of us are now home daily for the first time. Our world is currently different. However we can keep remnants of our life from three weeks ago very much alive. Get up early. Make your bed. Shower, shave and get dressed. Exercise at home. Make your calls. Students continue to read and study during former school hours. Focus on all of the routines which remain in your power to be the same.
During the days after air raids by the Nazis on England during World War II, children continued to play in the newly bombed playgrounds. People walked to work and to markets taking different routes. For those that did not have their usual ingredients to make stew, they used whatever vegetable was available . . . but they still made stew. Adapted but the same is not bad. It helps to keep some semblance of order.