This would fit in all of the work, house and home and health and sport and fitness tags. Anyway, I've been WFH for 5 weeks now as I had ankle surgery (sustained from a bad dismount from a high unicycle). I think I've put on 2.5kg of weight due to WFH. I think I was raiding the pantry and fridge way too much out of boredom. So the day is not same-same and depressing and I don't comfort eat (this could go on for months), I've got this plan for me. It's a mix of activity, I've got things to look forward to and it really helps so I don't end up simply looking for things to eat out of boredom. l will still be productive at work and i'll end up with a cleaner house. (Which makes me happy) So I think it's a win-win-win. Additional ideas welcome. Btw, if I was working in the office, normally I would unicycle to the station 10 minutes each way (cardio), plus additional walking. Then I would go walk to people's desk (frequently) and go for a walk at lunch. My normal weekly activities include Sunday nights I would have women's comp volleyball (social event, fitness and fun), Monday nights I'd usually be doing an hour of aerial tissue (strength, stretching and social) and Friday nights I always try to go to Unicycling meetup (fitness, mental and social). Weekends I may do some riding (bike or unicycle) or go canyoning or help with the theatre set building etc. Morning - shower then breakfast. Start up computer and work. Mid morning break - 10-15 minutes cleaning/decluttering. Gets me moving. Lunch - lunch plus unicycling practice (weather permitting). Or walk (when my ankle is better!) or do any errand. If cooking lunch, also pack dishes/clean kitchen. Note: right now (this stage of surgery recovery), bike riding is way better than walking. Mid afternoon - Another cleaning blitz, 10-15 minutes. Gets me moving. Immediately after work - chinups, pushups and stretching. (Ok, I haven't done the pushups as yet). I realise I haven't really stretched since February, I think I've lost a lot of flexibility. (I think I need to add something to raise my heart rate, so maybe that needs to be part of the lunchtime plan.) After that - free time!!