What a strange time to be living through. How are you holding up? If you are reading this, we hope this means you are safe, alive and doing all you can to get through another day indoors. And for that, well done. You’re doing amazing.
This whole experience may seem overwhelming, and that’s OK. The Hector’s House team are here to help you through this funny old time, as best we can.
Here are our top tips on Staying Home and Staying Well during this pandemic:
This is a strange time for us all, and social media can eitherr seem like a great way of staying in touch with loved ones, or an anxiety inducing experience.
You can start the Hector’s House #StayHomeStayWell 30 day challenge to create a positive, inspiring and happy place for your social feeds.
Read our tips on how to stay well mentally and physically during social distancing and self isolation.
Are you working from home for the first time? Our team share their great tips for how to care for your mental health when your house becomes the office.
It’s totally OK to feel worried, anxious and in turmoil during this time. We are here for you.
Self-care is really important during this time. If you are new to taking time out of your day to focus on yourself, now is the perfect opportunity to start.
It’s OK to feel sad, anxious, worried or calm. All emotions are acceptable right now. Feel whatever you are feeling with no guilt or judgement.
As tempting as it is to constantly refresh our newsfeed, try to look at the news once daily. If there is information you need to know, you will hear about it.
Have you spoken to anyone today? Text a friend or family member to check in on them and arrange a video chat.
Remind yourself daily that you are doing great. By staying indoors, you are literally saving lives. You’re a regular superhero!
Positives can be found in any situation. Use this time to start that hobby, press the reset button or make time for yourself.
This won’t last forever. We promise you it won’t. Take each day as it comes. And as each day that passes is another closer to normality. You can do this.