We're almost through Week 6 and, according to Governor Inslee, the transition back to the office will be slow and gradual. As if that weren't enough, April showers are upon us! If there are others in your home, you've established the limits of your bandwidth by now and maybe you've rationed streaming time to manage. Stir crazy is starting to set in -- if it hasn't already! Below are a couple suggestions to consider.
- With all that’s outside your control, it’s easy to forget that there are some things you can control. These include taking care of yourself and your family -- eating healthy, getting proper sleep, exercising, setting time aside to engage with friends and family, and staying safe when you do go out. When we recognize that these are conscious choices we make to protect ourselves, our family and the public at large, we create a sense of order amid all the chaos.
- Pick up the phone. In this new WFH environment, we bounce from the extremes of video calls to email/instant messaging. Many of us are getting burnt out on the former and conducting more of our discourse on the latter. Don’t forget there was a time when people talked by phone. It’s easy, personal and works much better when sorting through complicated or controversial issues. Plus, we could all benefit from the sound of a live person’s voice.
You can find more tips for making the most of your time at home here. If you have any you'd like to share, email us and we’ll post them!
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