Working from home can be a lot of fun. But it can be even more enjoyable with the addition of a spa to your outdoor living space.
The key is to find the right time for your schedule each day.
Let’s take a look at some of the best ways to incorporate your hot tub sessions and hydrotherapy into your work-from-home routine.
Morning Spa Sessions
Morning spa times may have been reserved for weekends in the past but, now that you’re working from home, it’s easy to enjoy an early morning soak every day.
Without the usual morning drive to work on your plate, you can schedule a 20- to 30-minute session with no problem.
If you have a lot of time, you can even fit in a 15-minute spa workout followed by 15 minutes of relaxation. Yoga, jogging in place or water aerobics will get your muscles limbered up and will energize you for the day ahead.
Even if exercising in your spa doesn’t appeal to you, early morning is a wonderful time to relax and mentally prepare for the day ahead. It can also loosen tight muscles so you start your day without discomfort.
Use Your Lunch Break
Lunchtime is all about relaxing and taking a break from your work. And that can make it an ideal time for a 20-minute hydrotherapy session.
If you take an hour off for lunch, you have more than enough time to fit in 20 minutes of hydrotherapy.
You can eat before or after using the spa, depending on your preference.
If you spend a lot of time in front of the computer, having some hydrotherapy mid-day can help prevent you from feeling sore by day’s end.
Soak Up the Evening
If you rarely get a chance during the day to head to your hot tub, the evening should be a more convenient time. You can choose to hop in when you’d normally be driving home from work or you can wait until after the kids are in bed.
Either way, you can kick back and enjoy a soothing jet massage while your body reaps the benefits from reduced pain and soreness to less stress.
Having spa time later in the evening will also help you to have a better night’s sleep thanks to the brain’s boost of the sleeping hormone melatonin.
Balance is Vital
To truly be successful at home, it’s important to put a balanced work schedule in place and try to follow it as much as possible —even if that means powering off your computer and setting down your phone after 5 P.M.
The key is to try out a variety of work schedules until you find the one that allows you to be effective in your job yet still have the energy to invest into your personal and family lives.
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