Try to stick to your usual sleep & work patterns. Of course you can relax these a bit (I know I have) but keep the main parts happening daily ie. breakfast, exercise, work hours etc. But most importantly when your workday stops, you stop working too.
Sleeping & working in the same space can cause the lines to be blurred. Set yourself a rule when it comes to getting dressed. I have been living in these Homebodii personalised PJs for most of isolation and they can even transition into cute daytime outfits too, like pairing this personalised top with you fave pair of jeans. And of course, changing it up will help reset your mind during the day and keep you looking cute in all those zoom meetings.
Take regular breaks away from the screen. Having a cute, furry friend like Pretzel here can certainly assist with this. Go for a walk, lie in the park, read a book or do some stretches. Or try to keep your mind active with puzzles, crosswords, sudokos or even try your hand at painting! Taking time to concentrate on something else will help you feel more focused when you return.
It’s VERY VERY normal to feel worried, scared or even helpless about the current situation. It’s ok to share your concerns. If you cannot speak to someone you know or if doing so has not helped, there are plenty of helplines you can try instead.
Our physical health has a HUGE impact on how we feel. It’s VERY easy to fall into unhealthy patterns (I know my chocolate consumption has increased) but try to keep some balance. Keep moving most days if you can.
I’ve stopped spending every spare second watching, reading or listening to coverage of the outbreak & it has been refreshing. Obviously, still stay informed but avoid being overwhelmed. Turn off the news, focus on the job at hand & you’ll find working from home can be even more productive than in the office!
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