The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant changes to everyday life as we know it. One of the most prominent change is the push for employees to work from home (WFH) rather than continue to operate out of shared spaces. For many young professionals, working from home – at least part time – is nothing new. I’ve talked with several friends who have transitioned from working at home two to three days per week to full-time, and even more who were already 100% WFH. But for the rest of us who are venturing into a work from home routine for the first time, it’s important to take steps to maintain both our health and sanity. Here are four steps I’ve found helpful in combating some of the common pitfalls of WFH…
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