Looking after your wellbeing has never been more important so we wanted to share helpful links and fun tips to help you prioritise your health.
We'll be updating this page with new activities and also your recommendations, so please do send your ideas over to email@example.com.
Take a break
Trying to make time for yourself can be tricky, so if you only have a few minutes we recommend scrolling through Suzy Reading's Instagram feed.
Chartered psychologist, author, yogi and coach, Suzy joined us for International Women's Day (8 March) to host a self-care session, and her Instagram feed is full of inspirational images and information.
We love her IGTV tutorials on breathing techniques to dial down anxiety, three steps to coping with uncertainty and five ways to release your jaw.
Taking regular breaks to get moving can help improve your day so if you are missing your usual kickboxing-inspired sessions with FLYKICK you can now sign up to their signature workout classes online or head over to their Instagram profile for healthy recipe ideas, flysolation challenges and free IG Live workouts.
If it's the camaraderie of working out with friends and work colleagues you miss, then why not arrange a private online group booking?
Head to the FLYKICK website for more information.
Good nutrition plays a key role in leading a healthy lifestyle, but did you know that nutrition can also help you manage stress and anxiety? Michelle Walsh, host of The Female Nutrition Workshop from The Sessions, has lots of delicious recipes, tips and information on her blog. We will definitely be making the cacao, sesame and chia seed energy balls as our lockdown snack.
Read the New Body & Soul blog here.
Replicate your usual routine
Maintaining a daily timetable can help you keep a work/life balance when work has been moved to your home. Keeping to your usual wake-up, lunchbreak and home time will ensure you're mentally switching off from the office.
If you've got a fantastic tip that been keeping you sane, do share it with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.