May is Mental Health Awareness Month and its important that we not only highlight resources for personal wellness, but also for the professionals who provide critical services and support. In-person services have dramatically decreased over the past two months, with many mental health professionals switching to telehealth. Despite the flexibility to work from home, one may still need (or want) workspace support. Whether you’re currently renting a space or have always practiced remotely, a virtual office can be the right solution to support your work, during these times and beyond.
Even before most people switched to working from home, the number of remote workers was growing rapidly. Nowadays, there are many easy ways to promote your business from home! Read below for tips on how to market yourself and increase your audience- all while staying on the couch.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. For the past month, the majority of us have been working from home and practicing social-distancing. This new world that we live in has brought a whole host of new challenges, and taking care of your mental health has never been more essential. With schedules out of wack, the inability to take part in most activities, and work life upended, we could all use a check-in with ourselves. Read below for five steps that you can take to improve your mental health while working remotely.
With all the distractions that come with working from home, we all could use a lift in our productivity levels. What worked for us in the office may not translate well to a home environment, where access to certain comforts and being surrounded by roommates, a partner, or family, can all aid in losing focus. We’ve created this guide of top productivity articles and tips from the AdvantEdge blog to help you stay concentrated from 9-5.