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Is It Time to Venture Outdoors?
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Is It Time to Venture Outdoors?
After a period of several weeks of lockdowns and social isolation it's fair to declare that there are many responses to the loosening of restrictions. With the season approaching, it's time to go outside some people can hardly wait for the opportunity to get out and move about, catch up with their family and friends and visit their favourite haunts, the bars and restaurants or enjoy some live music, and do some unwinding shopping. They might have a job or business that needs to be refocused and restored to the speed of. There's pressure to resume trade in post corona market in the quickest and most efficient manner possible starting from day one. But what's that going to be like? Will shoppers be drawn to return to a main street initially filled with restrictions of one-way system, queueing for entry, and not browsing, or trying things on? Naturally, many are wary. They're worried that the virus isn't gone but isn't fully running its course or is waiting for it to come back. It's possible that they're feeling vulnerable and uncertain as to whether they are able to return at work, or travel to other places. Online shopping has become the norm for a lot of people and a lot of them will continue to do so believing it's safer. is a good way to save on travelling time as well as removing the urge to waste money on random purchase made in store. For more detail please visit:- A few will be laid off from their job or business, or may only be returning to work in part-time hours and will need to discover a new way in order to make money. Are they able to start an entirely new venture, or look for another job? What's the best option for them to take? How do we start to venture outdoors after so long spent indoors, detached from the world around us, trapped in lockdown and isolation? Many of us take to the outdoors with new priorities. We'll be more mindful of our health, family members and family members than the desire for a return to working long hours or travelling miles. There is a possibility that we are less focused on status and money. Moving out of our homes is much more focused on reconnecting with our relationships as we spend time with our friends and family, taking in nature, and valuing clean air, less congestion, and a modified the pace at which we live. A 2020 survey, which was commissioned by bottled water firm Evian, found that 70% of Britons were keen to live a healthier lifestyle due to lockdown. They were also more aware of their contribution on the planet. They wanted to avoid flying and cut down on their carbon footprint and produce less waste, work from home , and show respect in their conduct. - Consequently, many people will retain their lockdown discoveries baking, and spend more time outside, and buying their daily food online. Online shopping has been an easy way to shop for regular purchases. A few have found great sellers of services or goods and an efficient method to organize their time. Outdoor walks and bicycle rides are increasingly sought-after or shared by families, or enjoyed by themselves for a moment. Local scenic spots and trails close to their homes has been an unanticipated treat, and many are planning to keep to improve their health through regular fitness in the outdoors and scheduled personal time. More than 50% of UK customers have expressed a heightened awareness of the necessity to shop locally and help local traders, farmers and artisans following such an incredibly difficult year. Many independent local bars, coffee shops, restaurants salons, and traders have not been able to function or had to modify their offering, threatening their continued existence. Customers should return to the high streets, or they could end up being abandoned ghost towns. From a professional perspective, now's the time to find an equilibrium between working, managing your business online and the need to have more face-to face interactions. Virtual meetings and networking via zoom or skpe do have a places, but they can be exhausting when used frequently. They have no eye contact or personal interaction, and demand high levels of concentration when there are multiple people involved. They obstruct spontaneity and limit the chance for personal connection building. - Setting up an office from home can be an excellent investment for specific tasks. It allows people to work their own hours which allows them to be flexible in different aspects of their lives. This can help meet the requirements of staff and the company as everybody adjusts to their new lifestyle. Meetings, trainings, and seminars can be scheduled in coworking spaces and hotels, or in a relaxed setting over a cup of coffee or lunch. The idea of relocating to home for some, if not all work-related requirements could be the best option. As people return from furlough there may not be enough to occupy them in full-time, and a part-time alternative may not warrant a trip to the office, with all the social and safety issues. Some tasks may now be cut back to a minimum and eliminated completely. Many companies have found the move to online very lucrative others rely on the personal interaction and presence such as salons, hospitality, hairdressing, and concerts are few examples. And of those businesses who have been able to adapt for the duration of the pandemic, such as online delivery or coaching services, they may now find that as demand readjusts as demand increases, they will need to review their staffing levels and supply chains. Staff who are furloughed could never continue the place they left off, with various estimates forecasting up to 10 million employees could lose their jobs post-corona. So, now that is the time to go outside, it's crucial to remain alert and be aware of the long recuperation time to come. Sensitivity, patience and taking one day at a time are crucial in managing the beginning stages of this new era. Susan Leigh, counsellor, hypnotherapist, relationship counsellor, journalist and media contributor, offers advice on issues with relationships including managing stress, assertiveness and confidence. She assists clients on an individual basis as well as couples. She also provides corporate workshops and support. She's the author of 3 books, 'Dealing With Stress and the Effect it has on us', '101 Days of Inspiration #tipoftheday' as well as "Dealing with Death and Coping with the pain'. All available on Amazon and packed with easy to read sections, advice and suggestions to help you get more confident about your life.

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