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This is a term that describes the habit of endlessly scrolling social media and news feeds full of doom and gloom on one’s smartphone screen, something which is eroding our mental health.
This self-destructive behaviour has become increasingly common in 2020 due to the dystopian stories and articles related to the pandemic available online and the fact that many people are jobless and sitting at home.
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Most of are currently facing the reality of working from home. While some sociable individuals might perceive this as unbearable, the introverts most certainly enjoy it. This can actually be the proper period to develop or improve distance-based relationships. Moreover, this is also the best moment to take control of your own emotions: observe them and learn how to better react to what is happing around you.
Staying positive proves useful almost always. So how about looking at the good things that this pandemic has brought us? Next time you go online, you might want to consider booking your upcoming holiday, as everyone working in the field of tourism is currently making a lot of great offers. Furthermore, also the home loaning is bound to get more interesting, as demands will most certainly decrease in the near future. So, while still on the Internet, how about checking the online lending houses too?
The harder and longer you work, the less productive overall you'll be. Research confirms that taking breaks before you're mentally exhausted is essential for productivity.
Set your personal boundaries, so you have dedicated time to take care of yourself, your family or household, and your professional responsibilities. You won't be any good to your family if you regularly jump up to respond to work.
The key to success is deciding on expectations, then communicating those to others. You need to get clear in your mind what hours you will be attending to your work. Perhaps dedicate a space in your home as the "office," letting everyone know that you need privacy. Decide when you are "on" and when you are "off."
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