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Even though you're on such a tight deadline that you end up sprinting through the aisles and grabbing the first frozen dinner you see, this does count as having gotten out of the house and "seen" people. Your microwave is your personal chef, and your ice cream is purely medicinal--it can heal writer's block.
Prioritize your hygiene Your hair needs to be washed only when you're going to see people who do not love you for your true self. You probably don't need to see those people this year, anyway.
Boost your immune system Power up on those vitamins: This is a marathon. I'm currently taking extra vitamin C and Chinese immune-support herbs and so far, so good, knock wood.
Keep things flowing You're right next to the restroom anyway, so you might as well pour gallons of water into your hard-working body in the hope of keeping your brain lubricated. And while we're on the topic of fluids. Maintain caffeination Consume coffee the way the world's first connoisseurs , intended: If you can't handle the beans, then at least brew your joe triple-strength, for God's sake. Your readers deserve your mental alertness.