A lot has been said and published online about remote work in the last two weeks. The social web is rich in posts with lists of tips and how to embrace and hack our work from home. I would like to spend some time exploring specific aspects of remote work relevant to students, freelancers and employed staff working from home at the moment. I would like to share my personal learnings and experiences in all of those areas.
How can we use social media to reconnect with nature? Here are my few tips.
In this series, we are looking at various aspects of remote work. Today I would like to explore time.
One of the key elements of positive emotional life while working from home is an ongoing gratitude practice.
Here are my top three mindful walking techniques
Here is how I apply positive psychology to minimise the impact of social isolation when working from home.
Let’s talk about the aspects of remote work. Let’s start with the physical space. I would love to know what works for you.
The last two, three weeks have been quite hectic for many of us. Let’s stop and breathe. Here are my three short mindfulness videos. Enjoy.
…and how can you find it out? And why should we think about this in the first place? In digital wellbeing practice, most of our work is done around the sense of our identity and connectedness with yourselves. Our clients reach out for support in the six core aspects of the digital wellbeing but at the core of most of their challenges lies the simple truth: our digital activities can …
Listening is the first step to comprehension. However, most of us grow up learning to speak, but not really learning to listen. How can we learn to listen better in our daily lives?