Strategies for remote work-life balance and peace of mind

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The big switch to remote work has been helpful for public health, but it’s fueling some new work-life balance and mental health issues.

Many workers report struggling to disengage from work when their new “office” is their spare bedroom or kitchen table. Some worry that the lack of face time means they’re being left out of opportunities, and this fear of missing out (FOMO) can spur them to overwork and experience more stress.

Others are worried that employers are monitoring their work habits via company-issued laptops, email accounts and phones while they work from home, which can fuel a

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