Working from Home
When the lockdown first kicked in last March it totally changed the working environment for so many of us. For some it was a total lockdown with all work suspended. Yet for others it was the beginning of a ‘new normal’ working from home. When it first happened you probably thought to yourself
‘This is great, no commute on crowded trains or busses. No rushed meals. Also now you will have more time to devote to things you really like to do: play with the kids, have quality time with your partner, go for walks, read books, watch TV, go running, do jobs around the house etc’
Working from home seemed like a gift from Heaven that was going to allow you all this extra freedom.
Yet how has this panned out for you?
Are you one of those that have taken to this in your stride where you applied yourself successfully to this ‘new normal’?
You use your time wisely dividing your work and leisure hours in a balanced healthy and productive way.
You make sure to look after both your physical and mental health. On the other hand if things are not going so well for you the whole idea of this blog is to help you adapt to this ‘new normal’ in the best possible way
10 Steps To Your ‘New Normal’ Best.
- Go for a 20 minute walk out in nature every day. (Try doing it without any earphones or other distractions; just do the walk for its own sake).
- Allocate specific time periods every working day for a definite working structure of 8 hours.
- Eat more natural fresh foods: fruit, salads, cooked vegetables, whole grains: oatmeal, brown rice, wholegrain bread etc.
- Make sure you are getting enough quality protein everyday: meat, fish, game, quinoa, nuts etc.
- Reduce alcohol to manageable levels (preferably to twice a week).
- Cut down on take-outs and junk food. (Try limiting it to once a week).
- Put on your blue light filter on your computer, tablet, phone or laptop to help reduce blue light exposure from the screens. (Blue light from these screens can have a disruptive effect on the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin in our brains. This may then affect our ability to sleep).
- Avoid using your screen devices for at least one hour before bedtime.
- Consider taking up meditation or other natural stress control techniques.
- Explore the benefits of what natural nutrients can do to help: reduce tiredness and fatigue, support your immune system, eye health, improve concentration and lose unwanted weight, etc
All of these steps can make a big difference in how you handle working from home in these new circumstances.
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(So important at this time)
It contains nine nutrients to assist with the normal functioning of our immune system as well as the full spectrum of high-potency vitamins and minerals.
It also offers advanced plant and fruit extracts and specialised nutrients on which much current nutritional research is focussed. In particular, CRM has Vitamin D in sufficient quantity in line with current recommendations.
A Daily Health Support
Some of these nutrients are hard to obtain in a regular multivitamin, often for reasons of cost. CRM offers them all in a single convenient daily dose.
They can help support so many of our body’s natural processes.
It comes in an easy-to-use tablet form you can take with meals.
Taking this can be a great first step in helping you get back on track.
For those interested in getting into shape in a really healthy balanced way, check out our insightful blogs on weight loss.
In the meantime try doing some of the steps to help keep you at your working from home best.
Stay healthy and stay safe.
Working from Home by Hugh Chambers
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