It Is Your Time to Thrive.
From online courses, exercise, to virtual tours, there are many ways that we can keep busy and entertain ourselves at home. To help promote positivity, quotes from inspirational people are featured on Thrive at Home. Even though we are at home it does not mean our whole lives have to go on pause. The Thrive at Home logo illustrates this. Red, stop reflect. Yellow, prepare and get ready. Green, now thrive.
Thrive at Home is not a company, it is a website set up by an individual wanting to offer people tips on how to thrive at home. “At the beginning of the lockdown due to Covid-19, I initially felt that my life had come to a halt. I sat down and thought about a friend I used to work with who sadly passed away in February 2020. I realised that no matter how bad I thought my current situation was, my friend’s life will sadly never restart again, mine will. I understand that life is precious and our time is finite. Therefore, I want to use my time at home effectively, and continue to grow and develop. Whilst coming up with ideas on how I can thrive at home, I thought why not share them with other people.”
Learning new skills through online courses is one way to keep your mind active. There are many free courses you can enrol on. Learning new skills doesn’t just have to be professional they can be purely for fun too. Getting and staying physically active is just as important as keeping our minds active. Exercise can boost our mood as well as increasing energy levels. We would love to hear how you are thriving at home and add your suggestions on how to thrive onto the website. Please contact us and tag us on social media.
We all experience and deal with things differently. As a suggestion try to focus on positive thoughts and people that inspire as well as motivate you. Thrive at Home is currently enjoying this series of Channel 4 SAS Who Dares Wins as a source of inspiration, Monday evenings at 9pm. “Sometimes courage is forced upon you, it doesn’t leave you with an option. And when you come out the other end of it, that’s when you realise what you’re capable of”, Ant Middleton.
Building on the thought of resilience, Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer at Facebook speaks about becoming resilient in her book Option B. “You are not born with a fixed amount of resilience. Like a muscle you can build it up, draw on it when you need it. In that process you will figure out who you really are and you just might become the very best version of yourself”.
This is an unusual and uncertain time we are all going through. However, just remember, it won’t last forever, do not quit.
It Is Your Time to Thrive.
“Anything is possible if you've got enough nerve.”
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Whilst at home it is important to maintain living well and keeping our spirits high.