Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle

Working at home will make changes in most people's lifestyles. For example, a person that walked 20 minutes each day to and from work now just has to walk across a room to be "at work." A person that played on the company softball and basketball teams now doesn't engage in any organized sport. Does working at home mean you get less physical exercise? It doesn't have to! Here are some suggestions for getting physical exercise when you work at home:

Your first inclination may be to say that a person who works from home doesn't have time for sports or an exercise program. Nothing could be further from the truth! While it's understandable that you'll want to spend as much time as possible making your home business a success, you can't afford not to make time for physical fitness. Keeping fit helps keep you mentally alert, it gives you more stamina, and, if your sports activity involves others on a team or at a health club, it provides relief from the isolation you may experience working at home.