Why Freelancers Should Exercise

  1. Fresh air

It gives you a chance to get outside and get some fresh air. When you work from home, you can run the risk of not leaving the house for days on end. This can happen very easily if you allow yourself to get carried away with a project. Therefore, it is essential to make sure you leave the house.

  1. Keep in shape

Going to the gym will ensure that you keep in shape. Feeling good about your body is in direct correlation to your self-esteem. When you feel good in your own skin you start to give off an infectious confidence. This confidence will then go into all areas of your life, including your professional life.

  1. Give your mind a break

Doing something that is not related to work will allow your mind to take a break. This is important. When your mind is clear you will be able to refocus. It will make you much more productive, which means that it will improve your work. This can only mean good things for your professional freelancing.

  1. Seeing other people

Even if you do not communicate with the people in the gym, you still have the opportunity to be around other people. Working from home means that you could go for prolonged periods without being around other people. Human interaction is healthy.

  1. You will feel better

It is essential to feel good about yourself. This will help to be more productive as a freelancer.

 

Keep your body, mind and soul healthy.

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2 thoughts on “Why Freelancers Should Exercise

  1. Thanks for the post and the advice. I think it’s easy to get depressed working from home and exercise is a good way to fight it.

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