This wonderful post from Middle Me comments that overworking at home (so, working remotely) can be dangerous to your mental health and your productivity the longer you do it. To prevent this from happening, Kally has 10 ways that you can embrace while working from home:
Working from home is now a standard for many companies, especially with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. While working from home, many people found themselves getting up earlier or stay up later to complete their work even though they no longer spend time to commute. Some of my friends found that they are overworking to compensate the lack of presence in the office. They feel guilty for not pulling up enough weight as they do when they were working in their workplace.
To be made to feel that you need to compensate your productivity is so wrong. You can’t help but to remote work and your supervisor should take that into account that remote working has its advantages and disadvantages. There are plenty of distractions in offices too.
Overworking can be dangerous to your mental health and your productivity the longer you do it.
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