When working from home, it is important to maintain a strong sense of your usual life; its routine and things like positive habits you have developed, or the things that you have come to look forward to during the week.Exercising, having Friday dinner with your friends, or seeing colleagues at lunch. Of course, all of this has taken a significant backseat since the beginning of 2020, but tools and alternatives were given to us such as Zoom, and other socialising apps.
At Impress Printers, we want to do our part in sharing knowledge during a time of a lot of unknowns. We have all had to adapt to a new way of living and surviving, and the key thing to take away from this is to not lose your usual life and sense of self you feel with it – this blog post will explain more and bring to light the things we have probably lost due to Covid-19.
Your exercise routine
Exercise has become a growing trend online since lockdown last year. With the shift in everyone’s lifestyle, now would be an ideal time to try new things and break up your regime. YouTube and Instagram have become havens for online training – and what’s great is that you can even get your friends and family involved, by creating your own and doing them together.
Changing up your exercise regime can help to break a monotonous working-from-home week.
Increase your productivity
This time can also be useful to improve yourself. We are all aware of the extra time we have with less travel and social life, so what better time to focus on yourself. Your cooking habits, or a side project that you put off for a while – seize the moment now and get to it.
Use this opportunity to boost that productivity. Some of the most reactive people even took this chance to make great things happen and have had a positive impact on society, inspiring us to become better people and help out those in need (Hello Print:online).
To conclude this blog post, we reiterate the 5 most important things you need to do every day to keep yourself, and everyone around you, healthy:
- Wear a mask, and use proper sneezing or coughing etiquette
- Avoid touching your face
- Regular hand-washing
- Practice social distancing
- Avoid physical contact with any person showing signs of sickness