Avoid Burnout & Loneliness from Remote Work

1. Set your schedule with dedicated focused blocks

2. Build-in social time into your schedule

3. Take a break from your home office

4. Spend time with other remote workers

5. Stay connected with your community

6. Communicate with your team with videos and phone calls

7. Participate in regular office meetings

Final words on how to avoid loneliness while working from home

Dad, Husband, and reformed ski bum. VP of Content and Digital Scorpion, Former CMO of CloudApp and Marketing Lead for Adobe.

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Joe Martin

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Dad, Husband, and reformed ski bum. VP of Content and Digital Scorpion, Former CMO of CloudApp and Marketing Lead for Adobe.

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