For the first couple of weeks, sheltering-in-place seemed a respite from balancing the demands between outside work and home life. And while we collectively understand the necessity to protect the health of all, the novelty of being at home may be wearing thin. The effect of physical or social distancing on our daily lives is now being felt. In a recent article, psychologist Steven Hayes shares how enforced time at home affects our mental well-being, and highlights how this unusual time in our lives can be an opportunity for us to do what we do best - adapt and grow. Dr. Hayes offers five suggestions to address the 'homebound' dilemma. You can read his article here.