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Returning Back to Work After the COVID Pandemic

As the state of California slowly starts lifting many COVID-19 restrictions, many worry what life will be like once things return back to normal while others worry if it is even safe to do so. Some dread the date they have to return back to the office and feeling uncomfortable about leaving the safety of their own home to an environment filled with many uncertainties. However, here are some information and tips on how to make adjusting back into the office a more easier and pleasant experience. 

Alhough it will be difficult to give up the flexability and ease of working from home, returning to the office can be a good thing for some, there are several advantages that of resuming work in an office that the home environment lacks. Some of the perks include seeing your favorite coworkers especially during a time of loneliness that many have experienced, free treats in the kitchen, having fewer distractions, having a firmer boundary between work and home, and having a place to focus on work related responsibilities. 

How to Start Mentally Preparing:

Give your Wordrobe a Makeover:

Establish a Better Sleeping Schedule:

Practice Self Care:

Make it clear to your employer and coworkers that safety on the job is very important to you since safety is key. If you are still experiencing a hard time adjusting and having severe anxiety making it difficult for you to complete the tasks, seek help from a mental health professional. 


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