“Allowing a buffer between work and home life tells your brain you have moved past one activity and onto another,” says a behavior therapy coach.
Instead of commuting to the brick-and-mortar office, millions of remote workers are now logging in for the virtual workday. While this new dynamic has its perks, remote work also presents numerous challenges for telecommuters, especially when it comes to creating a healthy work-life balance. Needless to say, the oft-said adage about “leaving work at work,” becomes slightly more complex when the home serves as both a private and professional space. To help telecommuters