Working from home and giving back
Greetings, clients and friends. We know life and perspectives have shifted quite a bit in the past couple of weeks, and we hope this message finds you well. We hope you are finding ways to practice self care and to enjoy a little bonus time with family or roommates.
As for us, work will move ahead as usual. The three of us are accustomed to working from home, so our schedules will stay the same for the most part. That said, we might take a tad longer to respond to emails as we navigate school closures and cooking more often than we’re accustomed to. We’re also meditating a little more to compensate for our full-time full houses.
If you have a standing project with us, we are available and planning on continuing our work. If we can be of service to you at this time, please do not hesitate to reach out.
We take the perspective of responsibility vs. fear as we look ahead to our weeks of staying home with our loved ones. We are doing our part to slow the spread of the virus so that our hospitals and incredible medical personnel can attend to the people most in need during this crisis. By doing our part and staying home, we will help flatten the curve in our community.
Here are some ways for all of us to embrace and enjoy our time at home and also manage any feelings of stress or fear that might come up during this time:
- Media breaks. Take time away from the news and social media to give your brain a rest.
- Meditation. Seek out mindful activities, such as meditation, to help quiet your mind.
- Movement. Go outside for walks or access any of the free or low-cost home workout options available to you right now.
Use this time to invest in your own physical and mental well-being as we all work to slow down the spread of COVID-19.
Finally, as parents, our thoughts immediately turn to ensuring that everyone has enough to eat. Please join us in supporting the wonderful community organizations below as they mobilize to feed those in need during this time.
We wish you all good health and a sense of hope and optimism as we face this public health crisis. We’re in this together, and we’re so glad you are a part of our extended human family.