This three-minute read looks at ways to ensure you don’t go from suffering with lockdown lethargy to suffering from post-pandemic pressure.
Things are starting to open up again. It turns out the light at the end of the tunnel isn’t an oncoming train. It could even be some weak UK sunshine.
Transitioning from lockdown to all your usual activities may feel like a shock to the system. Use these tips to help keep your mental health well during this new chapter.
Start the day right
If you’re waking up to a whole new schedule, the routine change can feel stressful. Try setting your alarm fifteen minutes earlier. Giving yourself just a few minutes before your day begins can help you find the inner strength you need. Try one or more of these suggestions in that space:
Don’t forget about Joe
Maybe you didn’t try Joe Wicks’ pandemic fitness videos but you get the idea. Maybe you’re going back to an office job, or the kids have gone back to school so you’re not running around after them anymore. Find time to do some movement within your day. Some ideas could be:
It’s not always possible to follow the suggestions for a great night’s sleep. Going to bed at the same time every night isn’t always practical. Choose a different tip to help you get the rest you so need, and deserve.
What are your favourite ways to keep calm and carry on? We’d love to hear from you. Email email@example.com
25th November 2023
It is with great pleasure that our founder Michelle, shares a momentous achievement from the Princes Trust—an impressive accumulation of nearly 12 million pounds...Read full article
22nd November 2023
Here at IMS Property we are always on the lookout for the latest announcements by the government and it was an important day today...Read full article