#TuesdayTips | Covid-19 Prevention Tips for 2021

The pandemic may feel endless, but there is a hopeful end in sight. In the meantime, follow wellness expert’s guidance on how to protect you, your family and your community from contracting the virus. Continue to wear a mask, practice social distancing and wash your hands regularly. We all have a part to play in the fight against covid-19.

Artwork: Carl Abrahams – Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, 1965, detail.


Seasons Greetings!

This may be a year unlike all others, but there is no reason why we cannot enjoy the holidays while looking after our own and our loved ones’ health and well-being.

Artwork: Osmond Watson – Morning Song for Jah (1991), detail.

#TuesdayTips | Health Awareness

We are living in unprecedented times and we are learning as we go about the effects and impact of this pandemic. Physical activity enhances immune function and reduces inflammation therefore it could reduce the severity of infections. Physical activity is a great stress management tool by reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Barrington Watson – Athlete’s Nightmare II (1966) detail, A.D. Scott Collection: NGJ

#TuesdayTips | Staying Covid-19 Free

#TuesdayTips ● Just reminding you to social distance and to wear your mask when you’re in public. This is not just for you, but for others as well.  

Artwork: Osmond Watson – City Life, 1968 (detail)

#TuesdayTips | Mental Health

#TuesdayTips ● Don’t forget to check in on your loved ones every now and again. We are all going through alot and a simple  conversation may very well put our minds at ease.

Art: Errol Lloyd Atherton – Untitled (figure), 1992

Tuesday Tips: Staying Covid-19 Free

Practice social distancing when you’re heading out for your essentials and when you’re at work.

Artwork: Mallica ‘Kapo’ Reynolds – “All Women are Five Women” 1956