The spray of the surf. The smell of barbeque. The crack of a baseball bat. The dazzling display of Fourth of July fireworks. For much of the nation, these are the sensory memories associated with summer. Or, at least that was the case before COVID-19 came along, after which most Americans were essentially given a “time out” and sent to their rooms.And now that cabin fever has essentially started to outstrip viral fevers, states are slowly reopening.
The promise of a better tomorrow isn’t always easy to see todayMuch has been written about protecting yourself from the coronavirus (COVID-19)—from social distancing, to hand washing, to wearing a mask if you do need to go out in public. All of these precautions are designed to help us stay physically healthy.
We understand that working from home has many benefits—but comes with a host of challenges as well.Given the current health environment, your ability to balance family and life is being challenged in ways you’ve likely never experienced. With many employers instituting a work from home policy, you now need to adapt to a new way of working, connecting, and telecommuting.