How to plan your way through the pandemic

There’s only so much planning we can do during this ever-evolving crisis. But some planning is essential

for our emotional and mental wellbeing. The brain is a pattern-recognition machine. It thrives on certainty; it’s constantly trying to predict the future and it’s always ready to assume the worst.

Enter the daily plan! A plan can offer some certainty and crowd out negative thoughts.

As much as you can, plan your day. Define your goals, set activities, schedule nurturing breaks and time with loved ones (if you’ve got young kids who upend your plans, refer to my previous blog! J)

Where Corporate meets Wellness is planning each day, so you replace the pressure of not knowing what lies in store with a sense of purpose.


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