Since early 2020, when the pandemic hit, companies have been working hard to establish their work from home models. Whether hybrid, or fully remote, organizations seem to be adjusting and settling in. This change has also sparked more conscious thinking around self care and well-being. Lots of employees are craving a healthier work, life, balance, but are unsure of how to create this for themselves. Between family obligations, personal commitments, and simply being tied down at their desks, challenges arise. Employees are having a hard time shutting down their work days, taking breaks, and are also feeling more isolated. This can cause trouble sleeping, relaxing, reducing stress, eating properly and getting enough physical activity.