No one said working from home was easy. Often we feel that to be productive, we have to work all the time. Afternoons will blend with evenings; weekdays will blend with weekends, and little sense of time off will remain. For many, this leading to eventual burnout.
Self-care is just as vital in the office as it is when you're working from home. It can be easy to slip into bad habits when spending all day indoors, but in order to work efficiently — and to take good care of your health — there are a few things you can do.
Well, 2020 was quite a year. The kind of year that we’re going to shelve under the category of ‘forget it and move on’.
It is not difficult to see that more consumer needs and social uncertainties will conspire to continually redefine our concepts of time and change. The pandemic saw many consumers switch their shopping habits from ‘wants’ to ‘needs’ with surgical masks, antibacterial gloves and PPE becoming the bestsellers of the season.
This year, we’ve all become a little more familiar with the four walls of our living rooms. If you’re here in Melbourne, like us, you will have spent the majority of the year indoors. While we’ve been enjoying the comforts of home, one thing has remained at the top of our minds. Our health.