If you're a single person in quarantine and feeling lonely, it could be worse. You could be the couple recently featured in a Guardian article whose rigorous quarantine routine sounds more painful than COVID-19.
The article is about couples who decided to move in and quarantine together during the pandemic, despite it being early in the relationship. Many of the stories are touching and sweet.
The article reads:
Every day, they stick to a strict schedule of thrice-daily exercise (a morning 5k run, a yoga class and evening high-intensity interval training workout), meditate, listen to a podcast together, cook and have a ‘deep chat’ about their families or childhoods. ‘We do an audit later in the day,’ says McGarey, ‘to make sure that we’ve ticked everything off.’