We spend a large part of our time in work. Since the pandemic began there has been a greater shift to remote working and giving us access to work accounts from home. This has been great for adding in flexibility around where we work, but it shouldn’t mean we have to start working longer hours….
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Blog: Working from home survival
So here in the UK, I think we are on the fourth wave of covid cases. As per usual more restrictions have been introduced and in England we’re back to a work from home if you can directive. Some people love working from home (including myself), some people hate it. Others have just reached fatigue…
Help! I Don’t Know How To Be An Office Person Anymore
With many of us working a blended pattern of office/home working, this article from Huffington Post certainly captured my feelings and that potential feeling of anxiety or awkwardness. https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/help-i-dont-know-how-to-be-an-office-person-anymore-after-covid_uk_61929e30e4b00aa1efebfed1
Why introverts excelled at working from home
Remote work offered ‘quiet deliverers’ who flew under the radar in the office a chance to really stand out.
Doggy dependency: how to break post-lockdown separation anxiety
Got yourself a pet during the pandemic? The Guardian have a very interesting article that you may find interesting: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2021/jul/18/doggy-dependency-how-to-break-post-lockdown-separation-anxiety-louise-glazebrook
Can Your Boss Make You Go Back To The Office?
These are your rights from July 19 if you’ve been working from home. Can Your Boss Make You Go Back To The Office? | HuffPost UK Life (huffingtonpost.co.uk)
How Getting Dressed Up (Or Not) To Sit Home All Day Affects Your Mood
After nearly a year of sheltering in place, even the most polished among us have shifted to a lower-maintenance appearance. Our makeup and hairstyling routines have been downgraded to the bare minimum, if not eliminated altogether. Our pants have been traded for matching athleisure sets and pajamas paired with college sweatshirts. Coincidentally, our mental health is also on the…
Why You Need A ‘Power Hour’ Each Day – And How To Do It
You’re not alone if you feel that every day seems the same right now – but there are things you can do to start your mornings off right. Enter: the ‘Power Hour’. Adrienne Herbert came up with the idea back in January 2017, when she was in a desperate need of a fresh start. In…
Free Wellbeing Training
Join this free new course on 24 February 2021 at 18:00 GMT looking at boosting wellbeing at work, but exploring inclusive work places and looking to bring positive outcomes for individuals at work. This free session is focused on the pandemic world where many of us are forced to work from home. Book at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/positivity-at-work-training-course-tickets-140865930791…
‘Be kind to yourself’: experts’ tips on coping with lockdown stress
For many the latest lockdown has been harder to deal with than the previous ones and psychologists are reporting a rise in people experiencing the symptoms of sustained stress similar to burnout at work, including problems with sleep and concentration. However, there are ways to help deal with current uncertainty, and below are a selection of expert…