Showing posts from September, 2020

Staying Active During Quarantine

The pandemic has put a halt to most of our social activities. Working from home is the new norm, and spending most of our days at home is expected. One of the biggest shifts has been the inability of most people to go to the gym. The gym routine that we all once had is now irrelevant, and at-home exercises have become very popular. How do you stay active during quarantine? We’ve got a couple of recommendations. One way to ensure that you stay active is to plan daily walks. Ensure that you are getting out of your house and getting some fresh air. A simple walk around the neighborhood can do wonders for your mental state. The change in scenery can help reset your mind and focus when you need to. Your body will appreciate the movement, and you will be able to slowly gain some momentum to get back in the gym when it is time. Another way you can stay active is by doing at-home workouts. There are countless recommended workouts on YouTube that you can access. Most of these workouts require n

Cleaning, Sanitizing, and Disinfecting

Maintaining a clean space is essential to stopping the spread of germs. Especially now, during the pandemic, cleaning and sanitizing are necessary daily routines. What are the best ways to disinfect? What are the best materials to use? How often should you clean? Let’s take a look at best practices for cleaning and sanitizing your workspace! The EPA approves surface disinfectant products after passing rigorous testing to prove that they have a high effective rate. Surface sanitization products are also suitable cleaning materials, but they do not need to reach the high standards that disinfectants do. Both can be used to clean surfaces and maintain safe environments, but disinfectants are preferred. Another significant difference between sanitizing and disinfecting is sanitizing reduces certain bacteria, while disinfectants destroy and inactivate bacteria and some viruses on surfaces. When using these chemicals, it is important to reme mber what the surfaces will be used for. Certain s