Under normal circumstances lawyers sit too much, don’t exercise enough and are some of the most stressed and depressed professionals on the planet. And since sheltering in place and social distancing have become the new normal for the time-being, most lawyers are working more, moving even less and are definitely feeling more anxious. Clearly, we are in desperate need of some serious self-care, of creating firmer boundaries between work and home life (and maybe between us and the refrigerator!) and some extra effort to move more.

Though your routine may be shot, it’s not too late to create a new one. Just because your gym is closed doesn’t mean you can’t work out. Sure, your favorite yoga studio is shut down for now, but online options abound. Perhaps you’ve been meaning to pick up running again or start a meditation practice?

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