This study assessed various potential everyday life resilience factors, including family, social, and physical dimensions (with three separate items created). First, we proposed a two-level measure of what helped individuals manage the pandemic —contact and interaction with family (M = 3.7; SD = 1.1; min = 1; max = 5) and social networks and distant social interactions (M = 3.6; SD = 1.2; min = 1; max = 5)—using a 5-point Likert-type scale item ranging from 1 “never” to 5 “almost always”. A continuous variable assessed the number of hours per week spent doing physical activity (M = 4.9; SD = 8.1; min = 0; max = 99).

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