The UK's
Happiest
Routine

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With the recent pandemic, people's lives and routines have changed completely.

We at *Rovva surveyed the UK to find out the happiest routine.

Let us know about your day to see how you stack up to the optimal UK routine for happiness.

*Rovva are a virtual offices provider

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The UK’s thoughts on their new routines

Relaxing in a bath tub

79% of the UK are content with their new routine since the pandemic, with those in the East Midlands feeling most content (88%)

Working at a desk

80% of people in the UK say they are just as productive, if not more, with those working in HR (91%), Arts & Culture (88%) and Finance (84%) reporting the biggest boosts

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71% say finances have improved or stayed the same

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53% of the UK will try and keep their new routine after the pandemic has passed

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61% of the UK say their perspective on life and what is important has changed, with women (64%) feeling stronger about this than men (58%)

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75% of the UK see just as much or more of their family and friends now

What the experts say

Miss Cheryl Sandford

The pursuit of happiness is no new concept but the recent pandemic has put sweeping limitations on our usual experiences, forcing people to reanalyse what they do, and can do, to be happy.

What’s happening is surprising and exciting. People are seeking richer experiences with limited means. And, through a better work-life balance without commutes and extended working hours, people are able to reconnect with the important activities of rest, hobbies, relationships, and self growth. Within my own practice, work-related stress levels have decreased. Allowed to continue, this will have a positive impact on our mental health.

Miss Cheryl Sandford Senior Accredited MBACP - Counsellor & Psychotherapist - University of Chester Doctoral Student: Psychological Trauma

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