As we’ve mentioned a few times, it can be difficult, even if you’re an outstanding, over-performing amazing employee, to maintain work/life balance. That kind of balance is incredibly important for people, especially within the context of working remotely, because it helps to prevent burnout and keep people enthusiastic about their job.
But, for many, finding balance is elusive. It’s hard to maintain separation when the place that you work every day is also your home. So, how can you be better at it?