From the dining table to a reconfigured cupboard space and everything in between, our kikki.K team members, like you, are adjusting to working from home this year. Setting up spaces and managing through all the challenges as well as positives that come with it. We just love how each team member is making their space work for them, and thought we’d share a sneak peek into a few of their homes and the way they work – to help inspire you and your world. Keep reading to meet the wonderful Anne, Bec and Dot and their beautiful spaces.
With so many of us working, studying and connecting from home this year, it’s more important than ever to make sure your space not only suits you, motivates you and inspires you, but that it’s set up safely. By keeping a few key things in mind and making sure you’re plotting out healthy work hours and break times throughout your day, you’ll find you’ll feel so much better and your productivity should follow.
Working from home can certainly blur the line between work and personal life, and it’s important to maintain that boundary as much as you can. It doesn’t take a lot to ensure your work or study spaces (and the way you approach your time in these spaces) are the best they can be for your productivity, health and wellness – and happiness and harmony! But to make things easier, we’ve done our research and put together some handy tips for you – no matter what your situation.
10 September 2020, marks a very important day in our calendar – R U OK?Day. And, while it’s a day for us all to remember that a simple conversation could change a life, this year it’s also about making these conversations part of our everyday routines, to remember every day to support people around us who may be struggling where we can.
With the unprecedented year we’ve had so far, staying connected and checking in on your loved ones, work colleagues and neighbours – and yourself! – has never been more important.
So, on this very meaningful day, we want to take the opportunity to encourage everyone to be aware of how you, and those around you, are feeling. Start an R U OK? Conversation and don’t forget to follow up and check in regularly. Make it part of your daily routine – not just on R U OK?Day, but every day. And if you’re looking for extra resources and information to help you, keep reading – and don’t forget to visit the official R U OK? Website. Continue reading “R U OK? Day: The Importance of Checking In and Staying Connected, Today and Every Day + FREE Downloadable Resources”
When it comes to heart-warming food, hemlagat (Swedish for ‘home made’) is always best. And with many of us at home more these days due to the many challenges this year’s has served up, it’s the perfect opportunity to embrace more home cooking and enjoy the delicious results!
As always at kikki.K, whenever we want to learn more about something, we ask the experts in that field – which is why we’ve collated some wonderful tips and resources on everyday cooking from some of our favourite foodies and chefs from all over the world – Lisa Lemke, Dan Churchill, Deliciously Ella, Dr Megan Rossi and Jasmine Hemsley – for you to devour below.