Supporting others through the Pandemic

While this Blog Post uncharacteristically has nothing to do with Bath & Body, it has a great deal to do with self-care & overall wellness. Hope that it brings you comfort, or alleviates some level of stress during these incredibly challenging times.

Firstly, thank you to the Laurier Women Entrepreneurship Center for turning me on to "Lean In",  a resource to help Women achieve their ambitions and work to create an equal world.

Recently "Lean In" published: Here are some practical resources on the topics that are top of mind for women in this crisis. Now more than ever, we need to lean on each other for support, and this resource is aimed at helping you to navigate your new normal. Helpful topics include..

  1. How to advocate for yourself at work during COVID-19

Learn how to set new boundaries, ask for support, and re-strategize with your partner about what you need. 

  1. How to be a good coworker and leader during this crisis

Working from home can be challenging. Here’s how to sustain strong relationships as a co-worker and as a leader. 

  1. Staying connected to your community while physical distancing

For those sheltering at home, here are some tips to help you connect with your friends and family virtually.  

  1. Juggling work and home life during the pandemic

Learn strategies for navigating work, caregiving, and homeschooling at the same time. 

  1. Reframing personal and professional success during COVID-19

How to break your goals down into manageable steps, and celebrate small victories at work and at home. 

  1. Managing stress and anxiety in an uncertain world

If you’re feeling anxious, you’re not alone. Here are some tips to ease your anxiety and build resilience. 

  1. Finding opportunities for self-care during COVID-19

How to find moments of joy in your new reality and carve out time for self-care. 

  1. Supporting others through the pandemic

How you can help others in your community and learn how different groups of women are impacted by COVID-19. maxed out. 

 

Warmest regards and best wishes for safety and wellness to you and yours.

Deidre