Greetings from my apartment!
Due to COVID-19 I am practicing remotely to keep people from being out and about as much as possible. More than likely, you are in a similar work from home situation. Between working from home, self-quarantining, and social distancing, we are all experiencing quite a lot of at-home time. Today I want to chat with you about tips for working from home and ways to prioritize your self-care, as we all cope with the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Working From Home
Working from home for a day here or there versus working from home for several weeks can look and feel very different. Whereas working from home for a day or two may feel like a (hopefully!) productive stay-cation, working from home for weeks becomes a matter of your daily life.
Here are a few tips to help you transition to working from home for the next few weeks--
Self-Care, Self-Care, Self-Care!
It is of the utmost importance to prioritize your self-care, especially as we self-quarantine and adhere to social distancing. Your self-care will look differently today than it may have last month. Below I have offered tips and ideas on how to prioritize your physical, social, and personal self-care while social distancing and self-quarantining.
There is a significant link between our physical wellness and emotional wellness. Taking care of our physical bodies is hugely important!
Social distancing and self-quarantining may change how we socialize during this time, but it does not need to stop us from socializing altogether!
Creating time to yourself, for yourself is always important, but maybe more so during these difficult times. Especially if you are in your home with other folks like roommates, a partner, or children, create moments for yourself when you can. This time is crucial to help you recharge and reconnect with how you are truly doing.
Here are a few things you can do to carve out time for yourself--
Be mindful of your needs. Create and take time to yourself, for yourself. If you want to talk more about self-care or coping with the COVID-19 pandemic, please don’t hesitate to reach out. You can contact me by clicking here and submitting a contact form or click here to send me an email.