Due to the spread of the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) in Germany, we have compiled important information for you on this page regarding protection against the virus as well as the current situation in the Studentenwerk SH. Here we keep you informed and update all information regularly.
The latest decisions of the federal government, practical advice on hygiene and quarantine as well as important contact persons can be found compactly and clearly in 23 languages on this page: https://www.integrationsbeauftragte.de/ib-de/staatsministerin/corona
The information is continuously expanded and updated.
The 2G+ rule applies in our dining facilities. Access is only available to convalescents and vaccinated individuals with negative proof of testing. The proof must be no older than 24 hours. Boosters are not required to provide proof. Please have your proof and photo ID ready. Masks are required throughout the building. Please see the respective locations for our current hours of operation.
Office of Educational Advancement
Due to the corona pandemic, there will be no in-person BAföG office hours until further notice. You can currently reach the BAföG counseling at Tel. 0431-8816-400 at the following times: Mon, Wed, Fri 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Personal on-site advising takes place under the observance of hygiene and distance rules. Please wear a mouth/nose protection for the time of the consultation. If you have cold symptoms, please contact us by phone instead of in person.
Counseling Student Life
For student life advising, personal on-site advising is either by appointment or during open office hours at 2G+. We strongly advise wearing FFP2 mouth/nose protection.
We currently provide counseling in person, by video or by telephone at our locations in Kiel, Lübeck and Flensburg.
Psychological counseling at the Kiel location
Telephone consultation hours: Wednesdays 14.00-15.00 (Tel.: 0431-8816-325) or contact by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Psychological counseling at the Flensburg location
Telephone consultation hours: Mondays 14.00-15.00 (Tel.: 0461-805-1944) or contact by e-mail at: email@example.com
Psychological counseling at the Lübeck location
Telephone consultation hours: Thursdays 13.00-14.00 (Tel.: 0451-3101 2980) or contact by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Procedure of psychological counseling in presence
On-site face-to-face consultations can currently take place with a mask and in compliance with 2G+. This means that you must please bring your proof of vaccination or convalescence, your ID card and a (negative) rapid test that is no more than 24 hours old to the interview.
Location Kiel: The face-to-face counseling sessions take place in the Counseling Center on the first floor of Mensa II (Mensa II, Leibnizstraße 12-14, 24118 Kiel). Access to the building is via the revolving doors of the main entrance (Musäusplatz) during refectory opening hours. Outside the opening hours you can enter the building via the side door (at the small lake). Please make yourself known by knocking on the door.
Location Flensburg: The office of the psychological counseling is located in the Mensa (Thomas-Fincke-Straße 20, 24943 Flensburg) on the second floor in room 2.08. Access is via the main entrance, then right and at the end right again (glass staircase).
Lübeck location: The face-to-face consultations take place on the first floor of the Mensa (Mönkhofer Weg 241, 23562 Lübeck, room 44). Access is via the main entrance of the refectory during refectory opening hours. Outside the opening hours, please use the side entrance at Mönkhofer Weg. If the door is closed, you will be picked up there.
Procedure of psychological counseling by video
Before you can take advantage of video counseling, it is necessary that you fill out, sign, and return a consent form. You will receive the declaration from your counselor.
This is how it continues:
- You will receive an appointment for the RED connect video consultation from your counselor, the internet address of the video service provider and the dial-in code for the video consultation.
- On the day of the video consultation, you log on to the website of the video service provider with your dial-in code about five minutes before the appointment. This should be possible without having to create your own user account.
- The video service provider will ask you for your name when you dial in. Please enter your name correctly. This is the only way your consultant can correctly assign you.
- You will then be guided to the virtual waiting room. As soon as your advisor joins the video consultation, your consultation can begin.
- When the consultation is over, you log out of the website.
Procedure of psychological counseling by phone
For a telephone consultation we only need a telephone number where we can call you at the agreed time.
A visit to the culture office is possible both by appointment or spontaneously during opening hours under 3G conditions and compliance with the distance and mask requirement. For workshops, theater rehearsals as well as events the 2G+ rule applies. For persons with a booster vaccination, the testing obligation does not apply. Detailed information can be found in our hygiene concept, see Downloads.
Day care centers
On the following page you will find the current information and regulations that apply to daycare centers in Schleswig-Holstein in connection with COVID-19 (including our daycare centers): https://www.schleswig-holstein.de/DE/Schwerpunkte/Coronavirus/Allgemeines/kita.html
If you have any questions about student financing, you can contact our student life advisors.
Where can I get money in an emergency?
- Education loan or student loan (please be sure to get detailed advice!)
- Loan through the Jobcenter, if your education is at risk
- Loan fund of the Studentenwerk SH possible to bridge the gap (if other options are no longer available)
What do I have to consider if I want to apply for a student loan?
Obtain various offers and compare them carefully. Pay attention to the requirements for a student loan of the respective providers, the processing fees, the interest rate and repayment modalities. You should also be well informed about any additional costs that you may incur.
Where can I currently find a job?
At the moment, supermarkets, restaurants, large online providers and the agricultural sector (harvest workers) are looking for new employees. Check the job exchange of the employment agency and watch out for notices in the stores!
Information about working during the Corona pandemic can be found on the website of the state of Schleswig-Holstein.
Am I currently entitled to ALG II benefits if I lose my job or if my wages are not paid?
No, you are not currently entitled to ALG II benefits across the board. As a rule, full-time students are excluded from benefits according to SGB II.
Exceptions exist in only a few cases, for example:
- In the semester of leave due to pregnancy/raising children or in the case of leave of absence due to own illness/impairment. It is important that no study activities are performed during the leave of absence due to the aforementioned reasons, as otherwise the ALG II benefits are at risk and can be reclaimed. In addition, other requirements must be met. You can discuss whether you are entitled to ALG II benefits with your local advisor by phone or video call.
- Part-time studies due to pregnancy or child rearing and leave of absence due to own illness or impairment. Here, too, there are a number of things to consider and other requirements must be met. Let us advise you.
- In cases of hardship, e.g. in the event of a loss of financing through no fault of your own and if your studies are at an advanced stage, the Jobcenter may consider benefits in the form of a loan in accordance with § 27 Para. 3 SGB II.
- Additional requirements for certain beneficiaries according to § 21 SGB II
Am I currently entitled to housing benefit if I lose my job or if my wages are not paid?
The eligibility requirements for housing assistance remain the same. Anyone who currently has no income due to job loss or missing wage payments is not automatically eligible to apply for housing benefit. The basic requirement of a BAföG rejection "on the merits" and verification that monthly living expenses are covered remains.
What else can I do if I can't pay my health insurance, rent, cell phone bill, etc. right now due to missing paychecks/jobs?
Actively contact, for example, your health insurance company, apartment rental company, cell phone company, broadcasting company, etc., if you are currently unable to make payments. Ask for a deferral of the contributions and, if necessary, for a dunning block. If it is possible for you, you can ask if a reduced amount can be paid.
What other temporary changes are there?
In order to simplify the application process, the asset check for the child supplement and also for SGB II benefits has been temporarily simplified. Accordingly, parents no longer have to provide information on their assets if they do not have significant assets. This regulation is valid until March 31, 2022. Information from the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ) on family benefits can be found on the ministry's website.
Family vacation grants for 2022
Feel free to send us the proof for KfW that you are still studying by e-mail. We need: the verification protocol from KfW, your certificate of enrollment for the coming semester and a copy of your ID card (both sides).
Please send your re-registration for Kiel to email@example.com, for Lübeck to firstname.lastname@example.org and for Flensburg to email@example.com. If you are studying at another location, please contact one of the three addresses.
You can obtain detailed information on student financing in general and on the KfW student loan in particular from the Student Life Advisory Service. The interest rate 0 percent in the disbursement phase has been extended until 30.09.2022.
You can submit a loan application for the KfW Student Loan via the Student Life Advisory Service. It is best to make an appointment for this.
The application can now also be submitted completely online. Nevertheless, it is advisable to seek advice on alternatives before taking out the loan. Please feel free to make an appointment with us.
Students who find themselves in a financial emergency through no fault of their own - for example, due to job loss or unexpected loss of maintenance payments - can apply for a hardship loan from our loan fund. The application is possible for both German and international students.
The loan fund is intended to enable continuation and completion of studies in cases of hardship by granting interest-free loans. The fund is financed by the Studentenwerk SH and the state of Schleswig-Holstein. Student loans can be granted to students who are enrolled at a university in Schleswig-Holstein that is named in the Student Services Act.
Funding can only be granted if no financing alternatives such as reserves/savings or other aid options are available. Please contact us for advice on this. Please check whether you are eligible for the KfW student loan: KfW loan website.
Who is the loan for?
Students who acutely, through no fault of their own and temporarily have lost a large part or all of their student financing and are now unable to cover their living costs.
Who decides on the awarding of loans?
The awarding of loans is the responsibility of the managing director of the Studentenwerk Schleswig-Holstein. Beforehand, an awarding committee meets, which consists of four members appointed by the Studentenwerk SH (at least two students are involved). Here, applications received are discussed and recommendations are drawn up, which are then incorporated into the decision-making process of the management. The committee meets once or twice a month. Loans are granted on the basis of established guidelines. There is no legal entitlement to benefits from the loan fund.
How much can the loan be?
Currently, a maximum of 861 euros can be paid regularly each month, even if the proven need is actually higher. When advising on applications, individual needs are taken into account in accordance with the guidelines, but other income - for example, support from parents or income from employment - is also taken into account.
How long can one receive a loan?
The hardship loan is usually granted for three months.
Do I have to provide collateral?
A directly enforceable guarantee is desirable to secure repayment. Only persons who are resident in Germany and have a regular income that enables repayment in the contractually agreed installments can be considered as guarantors. It is also possible to apply for the hardship loan without the existence of a guarantor.
How and when must the loan be repaid?
The loan is interest-free and repayment begins six months after completion of studies. The monthly installments are at least 130 euros.
How do I apply for a loan from the Studentenwerk?
You can get information about the loan fund as well as application documents at the Counseling for Student LifeLink: Beratung studentisches Leben => Studienfinanzierung) of the Studentenwerk SH. There, it can usually already be clarified whether the requirements for a grant are met or whether there are other possibilities of financing.
The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) has set up an information page for BAföG recipients. The page is updated on an ongoing basis.
First things first:
If you have received a BAföG notification, then you will also receive the funding indicated there until the end of the approval period. The fact that the start of the lecture period has been postponed does not matter.
Please remember that you will only receive your BAföG until the end of the grant period. Apply for further funding in good time by 30.06. FH / 31.07. Uni.
Also important: Our colleagues in the Office for Educational Support can only work limited hours due to the pandemic. Please understand that this will also affect their work.
- For BAföG-supported students: If your parents can pay less or no more parental support due to job loss or short-time work, you can apply for a BAföG update. Then the current lower income of your parents will be taken as a basis and no longer that of the calendar year before last. Your chances of receiving more BAföG increase considerably. If necessary, you can also apply for an advance payment. Ask the BAföG team for advice.
- For students who have a job and have not yet applied for BAföG: If you lose your part-time job completely, you can apply for BAföG. This is especially interesting for students who have preferred to take a job rather than receive a supposedly low BAföG grant.
FAQs: Frequently asked questions about special regulations under higher education law due to the Corona pandemic affecting BAföG
The winter semester 2021/22 and the summer semester 2021, like the winter semester 2020/21 and the summer semester 2020, are not considered subject semesters under funding law (§ 103 para. 1 Higher Education Act Schl.-Holst. - HSG in conjunction with. § 4 Corona-Hochschulergänzungsverordnung - Corona-HEVO). For students who are enrolled at a state or state-recognized university in Schleswig-Holstein in the winter semester 2021/22 and are not on leave of absence, an individual standard period of study extended by one semester applies (again) (§ 103 para. 3 HSG in conjunction with § 4 HEVO). The FHD is thus increased by one (further) semester for these students.
To whom does the new standard period of study extended by one semester apply?
The individual standard period of study extended by one semester in each case applies to students who were enrolled in the summer semester 2020, winter semester 2020/21, summer semester 2021 and winter semester 21/22 and were not on leave of absence (§ 103 para. 3 HSG in conjunction with § 4 Corona-HEVO).
Will I receive BAföG for longer as a result?
Yes. The extended standard period of study also extends the maximum period of support (§ 15a Abs. 1 BAföG) by one semester. For example, students who had reached the end of the maximum funding period at the end of the winter semester 2021/22 can now continue to receive funding as normal for the summer semester 2022. Of course, this requires an application. (Form 9) Download link PDF
Do I need a certificate from the university confirming the extended standard period of study?
No. The extended individual standard period of study applies by law to all students at universities in Schleswig-Holstein and is automatically observed by the Office for Educational Support. What is required is proof that there was enrollment and no leave of absence in "Corona" semesters (certificate of study).
Will the submission date for the certificate of achievement also be postponed?
Yes, the extended standard period of study has no influence on the time of submission for the proof of achievement (§ 48 para. 1 BAföG). However, at the same time Schleswig-Holstein has regulated that the universities do not count the summer semester 2020, winter semester 2020/2021, summer semester 2021 and winter semester 21/22 as semesters for the purposes of higher education law and education funding regulations that are linked to the standard period of study or the number of semesters (§ 103 para. 1 HSG in conjunction with § 4 Corona-HEVO). The semesters are therefore not counted in the context of § 48 para. 1 BAföG. Students who, for example, enter their fifth semester in the summer semester of 2021, therefore do not have to submit their transcript of records until the winter semester of 2021/2022.
Does the university have to issue me a new certificate of study because of the non-credit of the "Corona" semesters?
No. The number of subject semesters on the certificate of study remains unchanged. The semesters continue to count as subject semesters, but are not counted as such under university and educational funding law. If the universities were to reset the number of subject semesters by one semester and at the same time increase the standard period of study for the affected students by one semester, the loss of the "corona" semesters would be compensated twice.
I have already received a rejection for the winter semester 2021/22 because of the missing performance record. Do I have to submit a new application?
No. Due to the change in the law, the legal situation has changed. The application must be reassessed (§ 53 BAföG). A new application does not have to be submitted for this purpose. However, a note to the case processing department can speed up processing, as we must first identify the cases.
I am generating additional income in connection with the COVID 19 pandemic. I have heard these are not counted. Do I still have to declare them?
Yes. This income must also be reported. However, additional income from an activity in system-relevant industries and professions that was taken up or topped up to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and its social consequences since March 1, 2020, is not considered income for the purposes of BAföG for the duration of this activity (Section 21 (4) No. 5 BAföG). Which activities are to be assigned to system-relevant industries and professions can be found, for example, in Section 19 of the Corona Control Ordinance of the State of Schleswig-Holstein. In addition to activities in the health care sector, these include, among others, activities in food retail, transport and traffic, administration, teaching activities and activities in day-care facilities for children. Please submit a copy of the employment contract.
The regulation does not apply to training allowances, such as allowances for compulsory internships or for medical students in the PJ. It also does not apply to the income of parents, spouses/life partners or siblings.
I haven't received a notice yet, will I get money?
Due to the Corona pandemic, the Office of Educational Funding is only able to work on a limited basis. Colleagues are working through incoming applications as they come in. We would like to ask you for patience and not to ask for your application by phone. If you are granted funding, you will of course receive your money.
Can I also submit an incomplete application for BAföG?
Yes, that is possible. Important: Your informal application must be signed by your own hand. However, payments can only be made once we have received the complete documents. Only then can we begin to process your application.
Where can I hand in my application or documents?
At the moment, you cannot submit anything in person to the Office for Educational Support. You can also submit your application online. Otherwise, please send your documents to our postal address: Studentenwerk SH, Amt für Ausbildungsförderung, Faulstraße 17, 24103 Kiel.
The pandemic is also an enormous challenge for students with children. Closed daycare groups, reduced offers in terms of sports and participation or additional burdens due to financial bottlenecks, mental load and their own exhaustion are just a few areas that hit students with children particularly hard.
Below you will find some tips to help you cope better with everyday student life with a child:
1. create structure
Give your week and your day structure. Write down exactly when who is supposed to do what. When is it time to study, when to eat or play? The structure not only helps you, but also gives your child orientation. Write down not only your tasks, but also those of your child. When is time for schoolwork, playground or household chores (even younger children can take on their first tasks)? Even the creation of the plan can be communicated as an event. If the day or the week has gone well, a small reward should not be missing, for example cooking favorite food, a trip to the petting zoo, eating ice cream ... There are no limits to your imagination.
2. plan breaks
Not only you, but also your child needs breaks. So take time to relax during periods when you are studying or doing schoolwork. Media is less suitable for this than a short walk to the duck pond/playground, a tea break or a cuddle session in your favorite spot.
3. introduce shift work
If you can, alternate caregiving with your partner. While one of you is studying, the other takes care of the child, and then you switch. If possible, consider who prefers to study early in the morning and who finds it easier in the afternoon. If necessary, you can swap times on a weekly basis.
4. common times
In spite of the efficient division of labor, you should not lose sight of the common family time in your plan. When do you have time to do something together or spend time together?
5. discover new times for learning
To relieve your daily routine, you can use the early morning or evening for studying when your child is asleep.
6. rules are made to be broken
Things won't always go according to plan, and that's not a bad thing. Now is the time to lower your own standards. Want to have ice cream for lunch with your kids in their pajamas? Make it a special shared experience. The next day, you can get back to playing by the rules.
- Overview of online social games (WDR)
- Radio plays for kids (ARD Audiothek)
- Craftideas and recipes (GEOlino)
- Craftinstructions (Geschwister Löwenstein)
- Game ideas for the home (BZgA)
- Exercise ideas (Deutscher Turner-Bund)
- Play and activity ideas for daycare center children (compiled by our daycare center employees) Download link PDF
Due to the current Corona situation with its many restrictive measures, we are in a state of emergency that causes uncertainty for many people. For some people, domestic isolation is a challenge in a positive sense, while others experience the situation as very stressful.
With the following mental and behavioral strategies, we want to give you the tailwind to (also) view the situation as an opportunity to try out new behaviors and develop habits that can stabilize your mental health beyond the corona crisis.
Helpful navigation tips through the crisis
Create a daily structure for yourself that is adapted to the current situation. This builds inner security. Structure your day the evening before in the sense of a "modular principle". Make sure to alternate activating phases with relaxing ones. By actively structuring the day with precise planning, we experience a sense of self-efficacy. In this way, we can prevent feelings of loss of control and anxiety and instead create positive feelings of joy, pleasure and satisfaction.
Create a daily structure for yourself with the following self-care components:
Schedule exercise into your daily routine.
- Establish a yoga morning routine. Start juggling. Put on music and dance.
You can find many free video tutorials online or as an app.
- Be sure to meet your basic needs for food, drink and sleep.
Prepare a tasty meal that you enjoyed when you were a child. Try a new recipe.
- Do things that give you pleasure, joy and sensuality. Be mindful of your body and soul!
Cultivate the hygge principle. Create retreats to the simple things. Get cozy and make time for a cup of tea. Get into the bathtub. Go to the sea and collect rocks.
- Open yourself up to new things. Get creative. Tackle projects you've always wanted to do or haven't done in a while.
Get your trumpet out of the closet and make music. Rearrange rooms and give your apartment a new style.
- Use this unique opportunity to structure your "days off" in terms of optimal exam preparation.
Explore when and how you can work well and concentrated. Try out new learning techniques, for example, loci method, picture/story technique.
- Express yourself.
Write diaries, texts, or letters. Write to people you have long wanted to express your gratitude to.
When feelings of loneliness arise from being alone:
- Consciously cultivate self-care rituals: create habits that are good for you.
- Revitalize existing social contacts despite isolation!
Think about when you want to check in with whom and in what way. Which contacts are good for you? Watch movies online and video chat with others while doing so! Skype with your family.
- Expand your social contacts! Pick an activity where you can make a new contact. Use platforms on the Internet.
Go shopping for a neighbor. Find a language tandem partner with whom you can learn a foreign language over the phone. Offer your help at the volunteer office.
- Try to get something out of being "alone"! Build up inner images that can give a positive frame to the current contactless state.
Go in your imagination to a lonely beautiful island. Visualize the idea of an inner retreat in a monastery. Embark on a journey of exploration.
When everything gets too crowded and quarrels arise - help with "density stress":
- Schedule times together with your roommates.
Cultivate bonding rituals, like eating lunch together or watching movies together.
- But also consciously create times just for yourself. Allow yourself "corona timeouts!" Retreat!
Go for a walk around the house. Sit on the balcony or by the open window. Communicate this need.
- Avoid (or postpone) policy discussions. Cut yourself and others some slack. Find a balance between addressing your own needs and confronting problems.
- Transition mental states of tension into movement.
Put on music and dance. Clean the windows. Do a headstand.
Help with domestic violence:
- In acute threatening situations: Police emergency number 110
- Support and advice through the "help hotline": by phone, by e-mail, by chat (Federal Office for Family and Social Tasks)
free phone number: 08000-116016
- Support through professional counseling centers in SH:
... or contact us at the Psychological Counseling Service of the Studentenwerk Schleswig-Holstein. We are happy to support you!
Online seminars, contact restrictions, staying at home: a lot has changed since the Corona pandemic broke out. In the following, you'll find out how good self-management can help you make the progress you want in your studies:
Set goals for your studies
Basically, you should always keep in mind why you chose your field of study and where you want to go. If the degree and the associated career prospects are attractive to you, it will be easier for you to motivate yourself to study. Imagine what it will be like and what you are looking forward to when you graduate.
"The slowest, who does not lose sight of his goal, still walks more swiftly than he who wanders about without a goal." (Gotthold Ephraim Lessing)
Get an overview and set realistic goals for the semester
You yourself decide which achievements and exams you want to take this semester. Determine what is required for this and by when. Keep an eye on your goals for the semester and divide the large topics into small but regular learning portions.
Try to remain realistic and not to overextend yourself. The crisis period is not easy for everyone and it is perfectly okay and normal if you cannot work as concentrated and well as usual.
Determine your daily structure and establish daily routines. Familiar routines work almost automatically after a while. Take advantage of this.
Determine for yourself: When do you go to bed and when do you get up? When does your workday/study time begin and when does it end?
Take good care of yourself in your schedule and also give enough space to your meal times and free time: stay in active contact with friends, fellow students and relatives by phone, chat or video chat. Feeling socially included is an important basic need and ensures your well-being.
Plan enough time for exercise to relieve stress and anxiety. Endurance sports are especially good for this.
You can increase your ability to concentrate with relaxation, meditation or mindfulness exercises. 10 to 20 minutes of exercise a day is often enough. You can find some exercises on our Facebook and Instagram page. There are also numerous offers on various platforms on the Internet. Just give it a try.
Set study times
Take your personal performance curve into account when setting your working hours. Online study offers opportunities because you can adapt your working day to your personal needs without interruptions from classroom events and commuting times. Keep in mind: After six hours of concentrated work, performance drops dramatically, so limit your study time realistically.
You can learn more effectively if you ensure sufficient low-stimulus breaks (favorable: after 30 min. learning > 5 min. break > after 90 min. learning > 15 min. break > after 90 min. learning > 1-2 h long break, etc.)
Low-stimulus break means: Let your brain process the new learning material in peace, avoid everything that requires renewed mental effort. So no cell phone, e-mails, watching series. Routine activities such as cooking, cleaning up or going for a walk, on the other hand, are no problem. Ideally, keep at least one whole day a week free for relaxation in your schedule.
Fill your scheduled study time with content
Plan the tasks/topics of your learning intervals before you start working, preferably the evening of the day before. Be sure to visualize your learning progress. You can do this by checking off work units in the schedule or by crumpling up one Post-it note per completed learning unit and collecting it in a jar. Seeing the jar fill up and how you're progressing is motivating. You'll feel competent and - rightly - proud of yourself.
Rituals make learning easier
Rituals and daily routines help your brain to adjust to the mental work or to switch off again.Install rituals!
Possible rituals to start work (to switch into learning mode):
- Keep a fixed time for starting work
- Make goal and purpose clear
- Put on "work clothes" (better business clothes than sweatpants)
- Prepare workplace: Make sure there is a clear separation between work and leisure. Sometimes it helps to spread a cloth over your desk at the beginning of your free time. If necessary, get a cage with a timer for your cell phone, use flight mode or time limit apps.
- Prepare study materials, have a specific study pen ready, air the room, turn off distractions (ban cell phones from the room), make "study tea," ...
- Put yourself in a good mood. This is especially important, because the good feelings are linked in your brain with the learning material. When you recall this learning material in the exam, the good feelings will also come back.
- For example, when preparing for the exam, play a playlist that you like to listen to and that supports your learning.
Possible rituals for learning
- Make sure that you keep to your set low-stimulus breaks in order to maintain your ability to concentrate.
Possible end-of-work rituals (to switch to leisure mode)
- Keep a fixed time for the end of work
- play relaxing music
- Put on leisure clothes
- Cover desk if necessary
- Pat yourself on the back for a successful day and enjoy some well-deserved free time.
If you have any further questions, need help with your work or if you encounter any difficulties, we will be happy to help you. Just make an appointment.