- If you’re struggling to stay productive and avoid burnout while working remotely, consider setting firmer boundaries between your work and non-work hours.
- The smallest adjustments, like shutting your door and turning off virtual distractions, can help you continuously work without interruptions.
- Create time blocks throughout the day to accomplish your work tasks, and set a specific time when you plan to quit working.
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No matter what happens with the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing is clear: Working from home is going to be with us for a while. In some cases, companies have decided their employees can work from home forever. Others have given their employees the flexibility to work home for the next year, or more. If you love the flexibility of working remotely, that’s great news.
For a lot of people, however, working from home has been a challenge. I understand. I’ve