Be Active – No matter where we’re working from, it’s clear that we have to stay active to stay healthy. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the rise in obesity and cancer rates in the West mirrors the rise in more sedentary behaviour in the office and at home, so perhaps this is the perfect time to reconsider our daily activities.
In addition, being active can refresh the mind and break up the day. Why not schedule in 20-30 minutes of yoga or a jog around the block before you have lunch? Or perhaps some pilates at the end of a long day? We can’t emphasise enough the benefits of these small changes. As doctor Mike Evans puts it, can you limit your sitting and sleeping to just 23.5 hours per day?
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