Work at home depression is becoming more and more prevalent with the rise of ‘at-home’ business ventures.
As humans, we are social animals so to speak, and being isolated is not a preferred state. Let’s get real, prisons use “isolation” as punishment so it can’t be that good for us.
The fact is that as much as you love your business, it can be terribly problematic for you if you allow depression to set in.
However, there are ways to counterbalance this situation and survive.
Here are 7 of the best ways to avoid the “work at home blues”.
You may also wish to read our article on ‘9 Tips to Stay Positive and Save Your Business Through This Pandemic‘ if that is the reason you are working at home.
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