Adapting to living and working at home can be challenging. Days are busy as we care for our families, home-school our children, connect with clients, conduct conference calls, and socialize with our friends and family virtually. It’s easy to forget that we need to take care of ourselves too.
If we think about it though, as busy as the days may be, we also have much more time on our hands. Those who commute to New York City likely have an extra 2-4 hours back in their day. Weekends are quieter because sporting events are postponed and religious schools are closed, leaving us hours of spare time to enjoy our families and reenergize ourselves. So how can we spend that time in a way that makes us feel happy and fulfilled?
Our communications are always full of articles focused on the market, financial planning, and tax updates. We thought it would be equally valuable to take a moment to remind everybody that self-care is more critical than ever during this trying time. Self-care is not selfish. It is essential.
So today we focus on eating well, getting enough rest, and exploration. Take a moment to click on some of these links and enjoy a moment for yourself.
- The Monterey Bay Aquarium
- The Great Wall of China
- The Uffizi Galleries in Florence
- The Houston Zoo
- The Louvre