Eat Work Art In Residence: Creative Advice from Home | Positivity

Eat Work Art introduces a virtual campaign with advice and practices from residents from the safety of their home.

The current situation is one none of us have really faced before and we need to give our minds time to adapt to a new way of life. We digitally caught up with Rowenna Clifford, Cognitive Hypnotherapist on her top tips.

It may feel like information overload at the moment about what we should be doing, but it’s important that you create a routine that works for you. If you are more productive in the morning, give yourself the afternoon to do housework, chores, hobbies and catching up with friends.

Communication is key to staying connected with ourselves, jobs, friends and loved ones. Where you may have once been used to an office full of people, you may now feel isolated and unsocialised. Interacting with different people is important for your sense of self mental wellbeing, it can make a big difference for decision making and general mood. Try not to internalise your stress or worries, voice it.

It’s natural to feel overwhelmed, but it’s important to take each day as it comes and find joy in putting one step in front of the other.

Watch the video below to find out Rowenna's top tips to stay positive during isolation.


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