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Recover From WFH Burnout

If you already feel burnt out:

  1. Go for a walk and sit alone for a while.
  2. If that is not possible, go take a shower and provide your thoughts with some space.
  3. Turn off the screens around you and do something that brings you joy.
  4. Avoid smoking/drinking.
  5. Connect with your loved ones.
  6. Get some exercise
  7. Do a self-care activity.
  8. Try to work smart, not hard.
  9. Practice mindfulness.
  10. Do a gratitude exercise that focuses on the positive.


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