Do Not Work From Home In PJ’s

As we’re getting more comfortable working from home, our clothes shouldn’t. It’s scientifically proven that the way that we dress impacts the way that we feel.  Of course, everyone is thinking “Why get dressed if I’m going to be home all day?”. But, staying in the same pair of PJ’s while you try and work or get things done around the house can make it feel like a drag. Although we are not going anywhere, staying in a routine will positively impact your mood and work ethic, so including getting dressed for the day in your routine is a must.

I’m not saying you have to get dressed down in business casual, but try to dress presentably for yourself even while inside. When you look good, you feel good so what you wear should be a priority even in quarantine!


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