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Tips To Avoid Remote Work burnout

The COVID-19 pandemic has locked people in their own homes. Working from home is a new trend these days. This new behavior is not so familiar to everyone because there are many people who are working for the first time remotely. Balancing professional and personal lives can be tricky in this scenario. This can result in mental and physical exhaustion. Therefore, it is essential to maintain a balance between our personal and professional lives for our mental and physical well being.

Here are some useful ways to avoid burnouts:

  • Make A Routine

It is good to make a routine and stick to that. You may feel pressured feeling the burden of your work all the time. You may receive emails and messages besides the office hours and you have to respond it accordingly and feel pressure to get it done quickly. To deal with this you need to have a fixed routine and plan for work. You can just work in office hours and this way you don’t need to carry the work pressure all the time. Also, make the routine for all the other things you do. This will separate time for your personal and professional work. Take the pressure only when needed. You don’t have to carry the work burden all the time. This will reduce your stress and separate your personal and professional works.

  • Create a Work Space

There are many things to distract you when you are working remotely. Creating a workspace can make you concentrated on your work. You don’t need to do a big hassle for this. You can just separate a small corner of your room for this. This will make you active and you will have an environment to work. You also need to have a comfortable place to sit while you work. Working from home can be lazy so being in a good posture is essential. This will keep you alert and will also help in your physical and mental well being.

  • Take Frequent Breaks

Burn out can result low energy and affect productivity. Taking frequent breaks will energize you and reduce the stress.  Be kind to yourself and make out some time to enjoy, get a cup of coffee just like the way it used to be at work or listen to your favorite music. Drink enough water. This will freshen you and you can get back to your work with a good mood and great thoughts. You don’t need to be always available for your boss and colleagues; recharge yourself.

  • Set Boundaries

You can plan for your everyday work. Set targets and try to achieve them. Don’t make unattainable targets. This can frustrate you.  Accomplish what you have planned, this will motivate you and let you achieve your goals. Think of where do you want to work, how do you want to work, how much you need to work. Setting boundaries will give you a direction to work and keep you proactive.

  • Communicate And Get Connected

You may come across different problems while you are working remotely. You may be demotivated if you are not able to fix the issues properly. Communication is the key to that. You can solve the problems if you discuss this with the team. It will also help the team know the pace of work from everyone’s end and plan things accordingly. Connecting with people will not make you feel alone while working from home. You can plan, support, motivate, and smile together. Text and make calls. Remember you are not alone.

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Written by Subekshya Ghimire

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