Dealing with COVID-19 has created many challenges - but there’s no greater challenge than keeping our mental and physical wellbeing in check.
Mukta Arora from Sydney wasn’t always eager to get outdoors and take a walk.
But the COVID-19 crisis changed all that…
The walks helped her shake off the stress of an unfamiliar world and helped her live the mantra 'put yourself first.'
She even bought herself a therapeutic dog in March.
She wasn’t the only one under pressure.
Melbourne based mother of four Alicia Temmerman was overwhelmed with her new routine of working from home - and supervising her children’s schooling from home.
Locked away from the world and feeling terrible pressure, she decided to create an online community for women.
Hear how some women are meeting the challenges of physical and mental well being during the coronavirus pandemic, by clicking on the audio link above.
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