_Guest post by Ieva Sipola from DeskTime [https://desktime.com/]._
One year into the pandemic, most of us have learned that while remote
work definitely has its benefits, there’s also no lack of
challenges. If during the first months we thought it was all sunshine
and roses - getting up later, not having to commute, having more time
for family and home chores, working without office distractions, we
soon came to face the other side of the coin. For some, the
realization was literally painful, with our backs and eyes suffering
from non-ergonomic seating and lighting. For others, pain points were
more intangible - from missing in-person socializing to feeling that
your private life blends too much with your work.
Don’t blame yourself for losing the strict border between your
professional and personal worlds. We were not exactly prepared for
such a long-term plunge into remote work and it’s only healthy to
admit to experiencing some challenges. These five tips will help you
draw that ...