Hopefully, the pandemic is nearing its end, but that does not mean we will be rushing back to “normalcy” right away. Many employers are choosing to keep employees working from home or going to a hybrid method which could lead to less social interaction and mental stimulation as your four walls may seem quite boring to you. Here are six easy ways to keep your mind healthy while continuing to work from home.
With a global pandemic, record unemployment, and cold weather, it is easy to get upset, depressed, angry, and frustrated. All of this has led many to post stating, “It’s okay to not be okay” on social media. But what does this actually mean, and is it safe? Let us break this down and examine what this means for us socially and individually.
It is a common occurrence; you walk down the hall, and someone says, “Hey, how are you?” and you respond with the typical “good” or “I’m okay,” but you might be having an absolutely horrible day. It is okay to say I am not okay. Do not be afraid to share your genuine emotions with those you trust. Feel free to open up and talk about how you are feeling. You will find that many people can relate, and you might find comfort in knowing you are not going through a hardship alone.
We are often afraid to speak up about our negative emotions for fear of being a “Debbie...