“A Talk With An Expert” organized by SNEH International School with MGD Experts

SNEH International School organized “A Talk With An Expert” for the students of Classes 11 and 12 (Science Stream) as a part of ISA Activity ‘Every Step Counts-Carbon footprints’ on August 4, 2020 via a Zoom Meeting. Mr. Ajit Kumar, founder of Khushigram –a sustainable village and an active member of Mission Green Delhi; and Ms. Mrigya Mukaam, an environmentalist and a pioneer member of Mission Green Delhi, graced the occasion and guided the students.

Mr. Ajit Kumar interacted with the students and suggested various methods that could be adopted in our daily lives to help us reduce our carbon footprints. He also laid stress on increasing kindness footprint rather than carbon footprint and insisted on sharing and pooling resources to minimize waste. Ms. Mrigya gave simple examples of things we use not realizing the amount of resources involved in its usage just like a piece of chocolate.

Principal, Mrs Alka Mathur, encouraged the students to use electricity wisely as it is first basic step towards reducing ones carbon footprints. Vice Principal, Ms. Komal Dhingra, also gave many examples like that of online shopping that results in too much of packaging material and add to waste. This interactive session proved to be an enriching experience for the students as they actively participated in the discussion.

MGD Experts Ajit Kumar & Mrigya Mukaam in an online session with students;

COVID Outbreak: Increased Stress Levels, Mental Fatigue and Environmental Psychology

It feels great to know that most organizations are taking every possible step to empower their remotely working employees with right tools, planning, and support.

In spite of organizations being showing great care for their employees, many of us are still juggling between goals, deliverable, timelines and work pressure which has increased during this pandemic due to lack of resources and doubled efforts required to meet business requirements. Many of us appreciate this new way of working from home, yet for most of us it has bought isolation, loneliness, burnout and fatigue.

As the time is rolling by, and organizations are trying to do cost cutting and save on resources, employees have started experiencing frequent exhaustion due to continuous hours spent on online meetings and sitting on laptops.

Most of us do not understand these periods of low energy & exhaustion when we start experiencing them but it is something that results from overuse of the brain’s inhibitory attention mechanism. While multitasking and trying to focus on a specific task, our brain try to inhibit all potential distractions or suppress increasing number of stimuli(something that activates functional reaction in cells or neurons). This results in neuro-psychological phenomenon what is known as Directed Attention Fatigue (DAF).

How this affect us and our work ?

  1. Incorrect understanding or interpretation pertaining to projects or tasks which are being communicated
  2. Feelings of restlessness, confusion, forgetfulness while thinking
  3. Impulsiveness and recklessness acting out-of-character while responding
  4. Inability to plan things and make appropriate decisions or make judjements while funtioning
  5. Being short-tempered and feelings of unpleasantness emotionally
  6. Being irritable and antisocial. Avoid social interactions

What could help in recovery from mental fatigue?

  1. Exposure to nature like Forests, Plants, Trees, Mountain landscapes or Beaches could act as restorative functions for attention restoration
  2. Outdoor environmental activities like gardening, terrace farming, organic farming and kitchen gardening might help in reducing fatigue
  3. Getting enough sleep and break from work is also necessary

Attention restoration theory (ART) clearly states the effect of exposing to nature on people’s relationships and health.

Mission Green Delhi(MGD) community help people collaborate to create environmentally sustainable society around them. They nurture themselves to adapt to new climate change and also learn to manage their mental fatigue in the COVID outbreak.

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Disclaimer: This post is written based on online research and personal thoughts of author to highlight environmental concern. Post is made available for general personal use only and all access to, and use of, the information is at the user’s risk. Not associated with any individual or organization. Author accept no responsibility for the results of any actions taken on the basis of information on the post, nor for the accuracy or completeness of any material contained herein.

5 Indoor Plants to Boost Productivity While Working From Home

Working from home has been a dream come true opportunity for numerous, but now this dream opportunity is turning into a nightmare. When all day, you have to look at the same view, you will understand the real meaning of the monotone environment.

If you have observed a downfall in your productivity throughout the course of lockdown and work from home is becoming a headache for you, then you just need a twist of indoor plants. By getting plants to boost productivity, you can cut the monotony of your boring routine and pump up some energy into your lethargic life. Plants for office table can bring so many benefits in your personal and professional life.

How Indoor Plants Helps in Increasing Productivity
By adorning your home office table with air purifying plants, you can lower down the chance of getting sick as you have a continuous supply of oxygen right beside you. Furthermore, when you put green lushing beauties surround you, you can find yourself in a better mood, which will eventually boost your productivity.

5 Indoor Plants for Office Table
If you want to boost your productivity by bringing outside inside your home, you can buy plants online without stepping a foot out. The top five indoor efficiency enhancer plants that you can be bought from the whimsical KraftsDecor range are –

  1. Snake Plant
    For lazy bugs who always forget to water their plants, a snake plant in pristine white melamine pot is the idyllic way to boost your productivity. The dark green leaves styled to create a harmony of darker to lighter strips is a perfect way to uplift your mood. This plant
    can easily purify your home office air under zero maintenance. This picturesque plant will minimally enhance the decorum of your home.

  2. Golden Money Plant
    To tuck away your negative thoughts and bring a wave of motivation in your life, you can place a golden money plant complemented with a gorgeous pot on your workstation. It is a perfect air purifying plants to keep your home pollution-free.

  3. Peace Lily
    The shower of peace and purity will drench your soul when you keep peace lily near your workstation. The list of air-purifying plants is incomplete without this ravishing thick leaves plant. This plant can treat the toxic produced in a closed space like your air-conditioned
    home office that can be very bad for your health. To stay healthy while working from home, just place peace lilies around you.

  4. Areca Palm with Self-watering Pot
    One eye-pleasing Areca palm indoor plant can clean air roughly around 100 square feet of floor space. With a self-watering yellow round pot, you can enjoy style and health altogether in one package.

  5. Air Purifying Combo
    If you have a big home office space, you should buy four sets of air-purifying pots in stunning four shades – Syngonium Plant in White Plastic Pot, Jade Plant in White Plastic Pot, Sansevaria Plant In Orange Plastic Pot and Money Plant in Orange Plastic Pot.

    Please visit KraftsDecor and buy plants online today to boost your productivity and health.

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