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Quick Tip #85: Keeping healthy while working from home
Helping plant the seeds of positive birth.
Work Life Balance
Being a work at home mum can be hazardous to your health! Keep these 5 things in your work space to keep on top of your health.
- hydrate regularly!
- to keep your brain fuelled. Nuts and fruit are awesome choices.
- seriously, spend the money on a quality chair. You'll be more productive if you are not in pain.
4) To do list / diary
- keeping organised will help your mental health.
5) A vision board
- remember why you are doing what you are doing. Do half for family goals and half for work.
Remember: Healthy mum = healthy family!
A to do list can help you keep on top of things. Mental health is important too! Author's own image.
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