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Return Back to the Office or Stay Remote?

Now that millions of Americans have settled into the day to day routine of working from home, many companies are beginning to offer their employees more permanent work-from-home positions. Once Shelter-in-Place orders begin to lift many employees will have a more flexible choice whether to return back to the office or stay remote. 

While many companies are striving to create more comfortable work environments for their employees by promoting flexibility in hours and work locations, there is so much more that can be done. Employees have the power to refresh and zen their workspaces to fit their needs whether that be in the office or at home. By definition, zen is the practice through which we can realize the joy of being and can apply this methodology to our time at work. By learning simple strategies to zen any workspace you can help take ownership of your relationship with working in a crisis.

Whether you're heading back to the office or continuing to work from home, it's important to incorporate mindfulness and self-care during this transition back to "normal". To lend a helping hand, FTD created a guide to incorporating wellness into your work routine. This guide provides tips from professional "zen-artists" like organizational coaches and wellness architects, to help you enhance any space for optimal comfort and intention. Keep reading for their infographic on wellness strategies to zen your workspace. 

Zen your work space

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