A few changes you can make to your WFH setup to relieve those achy shoulders and prevent health issues down the line.
Pre-pandemic, when the office Wifi was down or you had a sick kiddo at home, working from home meant parking yourself at the kitchen table, maybe even the couch, to grind through the workday [...]CONTINUE READING
Typically around this time of year, you wouldn’t be surprised to develop a runny nose, cough, or even a fever. You’d likely assume you just have a cold. You might grab some over-the-counter medication, hydrate, get a good night’s sleep, and [...]CONTINUE READING
Research shows that there are six things that predict 80% of the chronic illnesses we will face. They include sleeping and eating well, moving our bodies, lowering stress, avoiding substance abuse, and finding community. [...]CONTINUE READING
With the pandemic continuing to impact life in Washington state, it’s no surprise that many people are being extra cautious about tackling nonessential tasks and errands outside the home. But in my [...]CONTINUE READING