Compared to the rest of the US, my routine has hardly changed at all. I miss going to the gym over lunch, but I've been running more. I go in the morning before my son wakes up as often as possible. That's probably the biggest thing - get outside every day, go for a run, walk around the block if you only have 10 minutes, go for a bike ride.
As has been the case for many, many decades, my guitar is my therapist. That's the other thing keeping me sane, but then, that hasn't changed. Practice as much as I can, keep learning, keep growing, keep writing, keep playing.
I don't have any more free time than I used to. I'm able to work from home, so during the day I'm sequestered in the bedroom doing almost exactly the same work I did in the office. As for family, we homeschool anyways, so that chugs on. It's actually less stressful because we're not constantly running to activities and therapies. We actually have more time for school work and it's easier to stay on track there.
Music-wise, I'm not listening to any more or less music than I used to. I've been mixing up new releases (Mike Zito's new album "Quarantine Blues" was released for free on soundcloud, John MacLaughlin's new album was released for free as well) with browsing old albums I haven't listened to in a while (ABB concert w/ Clapton at the Beacon from 2009). My son likes Rick Wakeman, so we've been listening to his solo stuff a bit, too.
About as different as two guitar-heavy albums can be, but both good in their own way:
Mike Zito: https://soundcloud.com/mikezitoofficial
John MacLaughlin: https://mahavishnujohnmclaughlin.bandca … z-T0LU2esw
To start this thread I've chosen Steely Dan as one of my all time favorites to get acquainted to.
I recently watched the Classic Albums DVD about "Aja" - got it at a garage sale a few months back for a dollar. I like the album but it's always cool to get the behind-the-scenes.