Ideas & Resources for Life Balance
All employees should be transitioned to a remote work environment.
The following resources have been compiled to give UF Advancement employees ideas and resources as they navigate a new work-life balance. While these are largely focused on resources for parents whose children are out of school, we want your ideas! Do you have resources for supporting elderly parents who reside with you? Other ideas to add? Let us know by emailing email@example.com.
We are grateful to our colleagues at the University of Arizona for sharing some of these resources with us.
Ideas & Resources for Parents
- Khan Academy is a FREE web based educational service that covers math K-12 through early college, grammar, science, history, AP®, SAT®, and more. It’s all free for learners and teachers, you just need to sign up for an account and your student can maintain their studies.
- Josh Gad and Amy Adams (among others) have been reading children’s books on social media to support families who are home from school. Check it out here.
- @CosmisKidsYoga is a children’s yoga app for iOS, Android, Apple TV and Roku with no commercials, links, or suggested videos. While not free, it comes with a 14 day free trial ($10/month or $65/year after free trial)
- Multiple SoCal yoga studios and gyms are offering free online workout classes ranging from yoga to HIIT workouts that can be done with minimal equipment. This link has a large library of free yoga videos for all levels.
- Museum Tours – This following link provides virtual tours or some of the world’s best museums, national parks, zoos, and even Mars. Some options include: British Museum of London, National Gallery of Art in D.C., Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, Uffizi Gallery in Florence, San Diego Zoo, Georgia Aquarium, and the Great Wall of China.
- 150+ Enrichment Activities for Children While Parents are Working Remotely
- 150+ Educational Shows on Netflix (because sometimes you need a break!)
- This link provides educational companies providing free subscriptions due to school closings