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Avoiding work from home burnout

by The 100 Companies
Avoiding work from home burnout

While states open back up, many businesses have not yet opened their offices. Having worked from home for several months, many will continue to do so – which can be very challenging. From work-life balance to staying motivated, there are ways to maintain productivity and mental well-being.

• Stick to a daily routine – wake, take lunch and go to bed at the same times.
• Staying in pajamas all day is tempting, but getting dressed each day can increase productivity and overall state of mind.
• Designate a space in your home as a workspace.
• Take breaks to get fresh air, stretch and exercise.

Abby Watkins, The Atlanta 100

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