1. Sit upright
It helps to be alert and engaged. So if you can, sit upright with your feet on the floor about hip-distance apart and your hands on your lap.
2. Move around as needed
You don’t need to sit completely still. Feel free to make small adjustments as you need, like scratching an itch or changing the way you’re sitting.
3. It's OK to have "bad" days
Some days, feel easy. And others, feel hard. That's normal and expected. But even on "bad" days, you make progress. So just keep going.