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If you’ve been working from home for a few months now you may have dropped some of the good habits you started out with.
Do you still have a morning routine, including getting dressed properly for the day? Are you taking breaks, including a lunch break, and switching off at the end of the working day? Is your workspace comfortable, allowing you to sit properly and not arched over a laptop keypad?
These are just a few things that can easily slip when work and home become the same place.
If you answered no to any of the above questions, it may be worth taking a moment to check in on your work habits. You can improve your physical and mental wellbeing by:
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