Infuse Issue 11 May 2020 | Page 21

" to shift your mindset and set you up for WFH success." 7. Exercise regularly WFH might shake up your usual routine, but you should still schedule in a little ‘me time’ to get your heart and muscles pumping each day. Not only is regular exercise good for your physical health, but your mental health, too – so at a time when stress and anxiety is at all all-time high, exercise could be the key to keeping your sanity in check. © Dietitian Connection 21 Infuse | May 2020