How to stay sane while working remotely
Noisy neighbours. Distracting kids. The sense of isolation. The blurring line between work and home. For all the great things there are about working remotely – no commuting, more time with family, better lunches, to name but a few – it’s fair to say that it has a few downsides as well.
Whether you’ve always wanted to work from home or you’ve been forced to work remotely by circumstances beyond your control, navigating the ups and downs of ‘WFH’ life can be tricky, especially in the beginning. ‘Cabin Fever’ to the rescue!
This book is divided into two parts, each designed to get you clued up on how to make remote working work for you. The first concentrates on cabin fever and how it can affect your mental health, productivity and personal life. The second takes you through chapter after chapter of valuable practical tips to help you overcome the challenges of remote working.
You’ll learn how to:
- Recognise and banish the factors that negatively affect your mental health and productivity
- Improve your work/life balance
- Create a positive, distraction-free working environment
- Manage the loneliness and isolation of remote work
- Get back to full productivity and a healthy mental state
All the ideas you’ll meet in this book are carefully researched and based on scientific data. By the time you’ve finished reading it, you’ll know everything you need to know about how to handle the stress of remote working and find your own pace – and you’ll have created a personalised working plan to help you start as you mean to go on.