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Working From Home: Self Care Tips for Staying Happy and Healthy

March 26, 2020

Product Leadership

Working from home for long periods of time, especially if you’re not used to it, can be difficult. This is why self care is vital. Sure, it’s important to make sure you have the right tools, tips and technology to enable remote working – but it’s even more important to have everything you need to support your physical and mental wellbeing.

We’re here to support our staff, our customers, the product community, and anyone else who might be struggling with a new working environment. You might be finding it hard to focus? Perhaps you’re worried about productivity? Perhaps you’re suffering from cabin fever, and want to scream into a pillow? Whatever you’re feeling during these uncertain times, we’re here to help. 

Self care tips from the ProdPad team

We got members of the ProdPad team to submit a home video of their top self care tip. We’re used to remote working and want to make sure that everyone looks after themselves. 

So from fashion to feng shui, here is what some of the ProdPad team practice to help their own mental and physical wellbeing. Remember, we’re always here for a chat. We’ve got this, people!

Emma Hill, Customer Success Manager
Kirsty Kearney-Greig, Senior Product Manager
Matt Payne, Marketing Manager
Adam Moore, Junior UI/UX Designer
Liz Love, Chief Customer Officer
Andrea Saez, Senior Product Specialist
Janna Bastow, CEO Co-founder

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