Excellent article on how to avoid burnout when working from home @focusnow. I've never worked from home, having retired from a 30 year career in a 9 - 5 office environment. I do have relatives who work from home for numerous years. They experienced burnout also. The tips you recommend is widely known on how to prevent this. Even though you do work at home, you definitely have to separate your home work life from your personal life.
Don't sit through your scheduled lunch hour still working with food at your designated work space. Get up and go out of the house for lunch. Go for a walk, Go shopping or exercising. I know it's difficult to do and easy to get into a rut, but for your mental work health, it's absolutely necessary.
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just a few. And there are COMMUNITIES you can post directly to, then use the tags.
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