When our economy is hit from worldwide events, this makes life more difficult for many of us. Some of us will be facing redundancy, a reduction in pay, a change of working hours, loss of invested money, the increased cost of living, or difficulty finding a job.
It’s a tense time for most of us. COVID-19 is scary, and it’s rapidly changing the way we work, socialise, shop and live. We know many people are feeling anxious, stressed, worried and scared. It’s time to work out how we’re going to look after our own wellbeing and the wellbeing of our family.
Living in isolation during COVID-19 has allowed us time away from the daily grind and living in autopilot to get through our days. It presents an opportunity for time to reflect on how we are currently living and working to achieve what’s important to you.
If you have been struggling to sleep during the COVID-19 pandemic, you are not alone. While sleep deprivation at any time in life is both frustrating and takes a major toll on our physical and mental health we need adequate sleep now more than ever.