One of the biggest advantages of working from home is the flexibility it gives you to come up with a schedule that works for you. Instead of planning your personal life around your job, you can set your work hours to accommodate your life.
And that means you have more time for self-care activities like using your hot tub. Let’s examine all of your options for fitting in spa time each day.
Rise and Soak
The morning is a lot less hectic when you don’t have to worry about getting ready for work or commuting on busy streets.
With all of that extra time, it’s easy to schedule an early morning dip in the spa. Taking 20 to 30 minutes to enjoy some hydrotherapy is a great way to get ready for the day ahead. Not only does it loosen tight muscles, but it also puts you in a calm frame of mind.
If you spend a lot of time in front of the computer, that can result in tight muscles and even a headache. By taking a dip at lunchtime you can treat your body before any symptoms set in.
Even a 20-minute soak can work wonders and that leaves you with plenty of time to grab a bite before getting back to work.
Who says you can’t jump in the spa on your coffee break? The great thing about working from home is being able to take breaks when they work best for you.
A 20-minute soak in the spa in the afternoon can be quite revitalizing and can give you the energy you need to get through the rest of the day. When you take time to de-stress and relax, your creativity and problem-solving skills improve, allowing you to be more effective at your job.
If your job isn’t one you can step away from during the day, then an evening soak will be perfect for you.
Whether you hop in the hot tub right after work or head to the spa later in the evening, an end-of-day soak is a perfect way to unwind. Customize the jets to give attention to the areas that need it most and allow the cares of the day to be washed away.
Balance is Key
There really is no right time to use your spa. Morning, noon or night, it will offer you not only a way to de-stress but to deal with tight and sore muscles.
The key is to find the right career-life balance that works for you and allows you to be effective in your job yet still have enough personal and family time.
All Seasons Pools and Spas
If you’re shopping for a high-quality hot tub or swim spa, come see us at All Seasons Pools and Spas. As the top local dealer in the Northern California region, we have only the best hot tubs and swim spas for sale.
Drop-in for a visit at any of our six showrooms to learn more about our hot tub and swim spa prices. We can answer all of your questions from ‘which spa is best for me’ to ‘how much is a swim spa?’ and everything else in between.