As the days and weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic grind on, millions of people continue to wrestle with isolation, uncertainty and stress, whether they’re directly affected by the virus or not. It’s a strain on both mental and physical health.
I’m sure you’ve heard that “sitting is the new smoking.” If this is true, I know many of us had better start some new habits. With “sheltering in place” comes new work from home routines - sitting at your home desk (or makeshift desk), not going outside to pick up lunch, no time in the conference room or chatting at a coworker’s desk, generally... less movement.
Daffodils, forsythia, crocuses -- they are, for most of us, those first harbingers of spring. The start of blooming season is usually a hopeful sight and an uplifting reminder that the cold dark days of winter are on the wane. But not everyone greets the new season with open arms.