In light of reports about COVID-19 consuming the news cycle and our thoughts, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with worry, stressed, fearful, or depressed. So if there’s ever been a time to adopt new and effective self-care activities, it’s now. That said, not every person will feel uplifted and refreshed in the same ways. For example, all Myers-Briggs types enjoy different self-care activities and methods for rejuvenation.
ISFPs like to explore their individuality in new ways, whereas ISFJs like to feel comfortable and supported, while ESFJs thrive when their social muscle is engaged by fun with friends, and ENTPs feel a boost when a challenging daily project moves their mental energy toward a healthy outlet. Clearly, variability for the type of self-care activities deemed fulfilling really depends on the person and their specific personality.
So below, find some ideas for taking care of yourself, no matter your MBTI type. (Still haven’t learned your Myers-Briggs yet? Find out more here. And if you want to take a deeper dive, check out our guide to the cognitive functions.)
Christopher James Masiello, CEO