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Avoid Burnout When Working From Home Without Leaving Your House

This solution also helps minimize distractions.
by Female Network
Sep 6, 2020
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When working from home, the fine line between personal and professional time gets blurry. Since you're not rushing to commute going home, it can be difficult to stop working after 5 p.m. This is why it's crucial to set boundaries for yourself, especially to avoid a burnout.

For example, try getting your work done in one spot, advises career expert and managing director of Lee Hecht Harrison Philippines Jo Ann Rosary Asetre. "It's important to [set up] a dedicated space for work. Is it in a corner of your sala? Is it in the bedroom?" Working in the same place every day can help you somehow create a sense of separation between your personal life and your work life. At the same time, it can also minimize distractions at home, especially if you're living with your family. 

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In the video below, the career expert shares more tips on how you can keep yourself from burning out when working remotely: 

This story originally appeared on Female Network.

Minor edits have been made by editors.
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