The pandemic has changed the way we work. “Normalcy” such as going into an office, commuting by public transportation to work, grabbing a coffee, and collaborating in person has been completely upended and in a state of flux. The transition from office life to remote work to now hybrid work has created uncertainty and anxiety in many professionals I know. Making space for our well-being has never been more important. What can be done to increase well-being? For one, exercise can help raise our endorphins and give us energy to help us feel better. Set times for regular breaks. It is easy to sit at our makeshift workspaces for hours as we don’t have the office distractions that we used to. Get up and walk away from your computer from time to time. Take a lunch break. Reach out to a colleague and make sure you are regularly communicating with co-workers. Again, it is so easy to stay focused only on the work task at hand and go through an entire day without seeing or talking to anyone. The lack of human contact is detrimental to our wellbeing and contrary to our innate social nature. There are times when doing all these things is not enough and everyday can feel like a struggle. We are not alone. The most important thing to realize is that we are all in this together and we are all grappling with anxiety. Sometimes just acknowledging that we are struggling can do wonders to help set us on a path of wellness.