August is National Wellness Month, and as we go on five months of work from home or altered work schedules, practicing wellness is essential. Feeling well-rested, satisfied, and full of energy is key to having a productive workday. Plus, being in control of our health and wellness can be reassuring during a time when so many things are out of our hands. Here are three ways you can celebrate National Wellness Month by making your health a priority at work!
AdvantEdge Workspaces is so excited to be welcoming clients back and to see everyone’s faces- well, half of them that is! With Phase 2 of re-opening in D.C. commencing, non-essential services and workers can be back onsite. Everyone at AdvantEdge has been prepping with new safety measures and cleaning procedures in place. If you are heading into one of our two D.C. locations or are thinking about moving from remote work to a physical space soon, here are some tips for how to safely return to work!
In this edition of #InsideAdvantEdge, we are covering tips for practicing self-care during these times. We need ways to relax and recharge amidst a global pandemic and the uncertainty it has produced in many aspects of our lives. Self-care isn't just fancy skincare and binging Netflix shows (although that is nice!), it’s also proper work/life balance, establishing boundaries, and taking care of our mental health in meaningful ways. Read on for how AdvantEdge clients and staff are taking care while staying at home!
To close out Mental Health Awareness Month, we are talking about how to feel your best at work. Mental health can be difficult to approach in a work environment, where often overworking is prized over taking care of ourselves. Feeling your best doesn’t have to come at the detriment of your work performance- in fact, you may even see an increase in productivity and efficiency. Here’s how to prioritize your mental health at work:
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.