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COVID-19: 10 Top Tips

Stocksigns News and PR from Stocksigns - Published 28 May 2020 COVID-19: 10 Top Tips from The Lucy Rayner Foundation looking after your mental health
In these unprecedented times, our lives have changed almost in an instant. We all handle change differently; some of us will find it easy to keep our minds and bodies busy, others will not.

Our current ‘normal’ is one where we are no longer able to sit in a full office and laugh with our colleagues, visit our family for a Sunday roast or relax in a pub garden with friends in the sunshine. Instead some of us will lose a loved one, some of us will beat coronavirus and some will not.

When it is so difficult to find the positives in life we need to be kind to each other now more than ever whilst also focusing ourselves at the same time.

Our grandparents are now learning to face time, our children are painting the walls and many of us are now professional banana bread bakers!

We are in this together, and we will get through this. In the meantime, our friends at The Lucy Rayner Foundation have shared their 10 Top Tips in keeping our mental health well during these difficult times.

1.Seek accurate information about the Coronavirus
2. Set limits to how much COVID-19 news you are exposed to
3. Get yourself a daily routine
4. Look after yourself
5. Reach out to others and support those around you
6. Maintain a sense of hope and positive thinking
7. Acknowledge your feelings
8. Do things you enjoy
9. Keep your mind active
10. Ask for professional help

We also have a COVID-19 Sign range now which also includes floor vinyls. So if you could add that into a category that would be great.

Stocksigns Ltd has created an essential selection of COVID-19 signage to help all types and sizes of business. As we are all changing our daily habits to comply with UK Government Coronavirus Guidance, signage is becoming more and more important.

Signage plays a vital role in putting in place social distancing measures, one-way system and increasing personal hygiene practices.

We are adding more signage daily to the range to ensure the range is up to date with government guidance and most importantly, meet your needs to keep everyone safe.

If you could use these images that would be great
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Signage plays a vital role in putting in place social distancing measures

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