During the initial days of the panic, people scrambled to rearrange their life, working from home, setting up times to homeschool their kids, and finding a new normal. Now that the dust has settled and many of us are becoming slightly accustomed to the new normal, the boredom is settling in. For many regions of the country, going outside of the home for entrainment is still a dangerous proposition. Which means finding ways to fight boredom is crucial!
On Friday, May 15th we were finally able to open our dining room and patio to our customers! We’re so excited to be able to meet this milestone and finally visit with our customers face-to-face. However, that doesn’t mean we’re going to cut back on our safety and health precautions, after all, your health is paramount to us! And should you feel uncomfortable heading out in public, we’re going to talk about our take-out, delivery, and to-go options.
For people working from home or currently furloughed, or those who are still heading into work as essential employees, staying safe is on their mind. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the guidelines for what we should and shouldn’t do has shifted, and many are confused about what actions they need to take to stay safe. In today’s blog, we have a few helpful tips!
A recent article in Business News Daily revealed that people working from home reported higher levels of stress than their office counterparts, and studies show remote employees tend to work nearly two more hours a day than those in an office. Since many people have been forced to start working from home, they’re discovering the struggle of achieving a work life balance. Fortunately, we have a few tips to help!