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In an effort to social distance and slow the spread of COVID-19, many of us have transitioned to working remotely. James O’Reilly, president of Life Time Work, offers his top five tips for keeping your days and space productive, engaging, and healthy.

Woman reaching into her refrigerator
By Molly Schelper
Use these tips to make healthier choices. Plus, enjoy these dietitian-approved snack suggestions.
Man working on a laptop.
By Emily Ewen
How to stay productive and healthy while working remotely.
Mom with two kids doing crafts.
By Lindsey Frey Palmquist
Enjoy the extra time together at home with fun ideas, virtual playtime, and learning. Plus, try this sample weekday schedule from the experts at Life Time Kids.
A person changes a light bulb.
By Heidi Wachter
Repairing or replacing items in your home can reduce your carbon footprint and save you money.
A kitchen sponge next to sink and dirty dishes
By John Spayde
Kitchen sponges can spread germs. Try throwing them in the dishwasher, boiling them, and even microwaving them to zap bacteria.
Sage bundles and matches
By Kaelyn Riley
Try this ancient practice to promote mindfulness, clarity, and relaxation.
A woman sleeps in bed.
By Molly Schelper and Jill Patton
Find ways to wind down from the day and optimize your nights in Part Three of our three-part series.
Flowers, herbs, and oils
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Do essential oils work? They've become a powerful wellness trend — but are essential oils a cure-all, a marketing scheme, or something in between?
father playing with daughter
By Heidi Wachter
Best-selling author Joshua Becker explains how downsizing your possessions and your calendar can help you focus on the things and people that matter most.
Glasses filled with lemons and mint
By Experience Life Staff
Everything you need for the perfect backyard beverage.
A photo of minimalism expert Joshua Becker
By Heidi Wachter
Be more with less. Here are tips for minimalist living — downsizing your life, your possessions, and your schedule — from author and blogger Joshua Becker.
Parent and child gardening together.
By Molly Schelper
Get excited to make this summer extra fun with these simple, cost effective ideas.
Colorful and fun doors
By Heidi Wachter
Ingrid Fetell Lee on design principles that spark positivity and moments of happiness.
headshot of Jamie Martin
By Jamie Martin
More than a place to set our meals, our tables are a place to connect and share.
headshot of Jamie Martin
By Jamie Martin
A home project offers a reminder that small changes, even seemingly insignificant ones, have big potential.
Image of hand, light bulb, glass jar, recycle bin, compost bin
By Jessie Sholl
Learn how to minimize waste while reaping more satisfaction from life.
wardrobe-closet-clothes
By Claire Díaz-Ortiz
If your wardrobe has white space in it, your life just might too.
Stack sweaters
By Jessie Sholl
The ‘‘slow fashion’’ movement teaches consumers how to build a healthy wardrobe, while also protecting the planet.
Unexpected-Smog-Problem
By Michael Dregni
Everyday household products, including cleaners and personal-care items, contribute almost half the pollutants in the atmosphere.
Live With Less Plastic
By Michael Dregni
Ditching plastic is good for the planet — and your health. Here are some tips to help reduce your plastic consumption.
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