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During these times of “social distancing” many people are touch starved. I’m sure many of you have realized just how much you rely on the human touch now that it’s decreased! Gentle, appropriate human touch affects a person’s heart rate and blood pressure and influences their ability to sleep.
As you and your kids have worked and learned from home the last two months, I’m certain you’ve experienced stress and possibly even some aches and pains. That’s somewhat normal for a stressful situation, but did you know you can take easy steps to lessen the problem? Millions of American workers and school children have been sheltering in place at home due to COVID-19 and while the school year is winding down, many adults are still working from home. If you haven’t already, you need to make sure that your working and learning spaces are the healthiest possible (and I’m not implying Lysoling everything all day long)! Here are a few tips to make your at-home workstation healthier and more effective.
The last weeks and months have been a source of frustration for us all as we’ve had more time at home than usual because of the pandemic. Even as some restrictions are lifting, I know many who are choosing to stay at home a bit longer until they feel safe going out and about again. Whether you’re an essential worker like me or you’re furloughed at home, I’m sure you’ve had to fight the doldrums and boredom. As we continue through this crisis, I wanted to share some of my go-to resources for staying sane.
Do you ever feel like your body does not have enough energy to make it through day-to-day activities? Our bodies need energy to function and work properly. There are many ways to give your body that energy it needs to wake up and make it through the day feeling your best self.