By Kacey Bradley

Working from home can feel like a luxury a lot of the time. Having the ability and freedom to dress down, cut commute time, and get things done is a dream come true most days.

When I first began my WFH journey, I noticed that it was easy to slip into a more relaxed state during my workdays, especially when faced with the occasional rainy day. Luckily, I've devised a routine centered on keeping my energy levels high so I can maximize my productivity while I telecommute. 

By Johanna Cider

As adults, the idea of napping can feel like a luxury. But napping can be a practical and effective way for adults to recharge and increase their productivity. 

While napping isn’t a replacement for a healthy sleep schedule, it has many benefits. Here’s a run-down on everything you need to know about power napping.

By Lauren Laporte

In the time of the escalating coronavirus pandemic and quarantine regime, technology is the main link to the outside world for most of us. 

While social distancing ourselves is the best way to remain safe these days, it can do damage to our mental well-being, causing many of us to turn to electronic devices as a way of distancing ourselves from the reality outside.

Social distancing, self-quarantine or any other type of isolating practice can leave you feeling exhausted, overwhelmed and stressed out. It's so important that you take care of yourself during this time and practicing daily acts of self-care is the best way to do that.

Here are 7 ways you can practice self-care while maintaining social distancing and hopefully feel a little better about each day.  


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