Whether you’re working from home due to self-isolating or to adhere to social distancing guidelines, some straightforward suggestions can help you carve out a work area and decrease interruptions so you can be more productive and hopefully maintain some sanity. Here are 4 tips to create a better home working environment: Develop a work routine—The […]
Finding ways to decrease the time it takes to prepare meals and to eliminate some of the dirty pots, pans, and dishes is essential for decreasing stress. Sheet pan cooking to the rescue!
It’s very important to stay active and eat healthy during quarantine to give your body the resources to combat microbial infections like the novel coronavirus.
Many fabulous institutions that are otherwise closed are offering access online, much of it for free.
It can be a challenge to find things to occupy your time while social distancing. Here are some ideas to help you out.
A red rash that has been showing up on the feet, toes, and hands of patients has been dubbed “COVID toes” by some foot doctors and dermatologists.
Setting up an indoor bowling game is a fun and easy way to pass the time while spending time in self-isolation.
Consuming a diet of healthy foods and beverages can boost your immune system to fight biological impurities that are ubiquitous in our environment.
During this time of social distancing, projects like simple science experiments with your kids is a fun and educational way to pass any unstructured time.
A fungal toenail infection can lead to thick, brittle, and yellowing toenails as well as an unpleasant odor emanating from your feet as the fungus feeds.