For many Americans, just rolling out of bed and drinking coffee is a major feat during COVID-19. But Jane Fonda is making every second count while in quarantine.
On Tuesday, the "Grace and Frankie" star showed fans just how she stays mentally and physically sharp every day in a new TikTok video set to the tune of Dolly Parton's "9 to 5," the song written for the film with the same name, which starred both Parton and Fonda.
The 82-year-old actress looks fabulous in a red robe as a loud alarm blasts her out of bed, to which she throws on a pair of sunglasses and whisks her small white dog away to the kitchen.
There, Fonda -- now wearing workout clothes branded with her name -- pours herself some espresso into a personalized mug that hilariously displays her 1970s mug shot. "Mug shot makes a good mug shot," Fonda quips in a caption before rushing off to do some squats.
"I did these squats in jail," the two-time Oscar winner snarks in another narration as she uses a large tennis ball to maintain her posture.
After her workout, she grabs her dog again to read the local newspaper and stews over climate change before throwing on her signature red trench coat to host a Zoom call.
The Zoom call is the highlight of her slice-of-life video, showing that she's chatting with members of Green Peace for her Fire Drill Fridays. "Teamwork makes the dream work," she writes as the camera pans to the numerous faces joining her.
Of course, when the clock hits five, it's martini time. But, a minute later, Fonda is passed out at her laptop with an empty glass next to her. "Work hard," she captions the shot. "Play hard."
She then encourages fans to text "Jane" to 877-877 to help her "save the climate."