“Establish rituals to start and end your workday. “Sure, you could stay in bed all day and not wear pants — or you could wake up early enough to shower, eat a nourishing breakfast, and transition into a working frame of mind,” Green says. “I also like to take a solo walk at the end of the workday. It simulates a commute and help me transition to home time.” If you’ve chosen the #remote work route, you may think you don’t need these rituals, but implementing them at the beginning and end of each day will ensure that you’re segmenting your life in a healthy way and being efficient & effective both personally and professionally.”

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