RANKED:  10+ Tips To Prevent & Recover From WFH Burnout

Before COVID, many people dreamed of working from home.  During the pandemic, 71% of workers whose jobs allowed them to work remotely were forced to set up a workspace at home.  

But working from home is not the walk-in-the-park many imagine it to be.    

Read on to find out how to identify and cope with burnout to get your physical, mental, and emotional well-being back on track. 

It's important to understand burnout and recognize the signs & symptoms. Swipe up to understand what burnout looks like and how it's affecting you!

How to Recover from Burnout

Identify Your Source of Stress

Once you determine where the epicenter of your stress lies, you can identify the conversations you need to have to nip it in the bud.

Establish a Support System

This network can provide you with feedback to help you identify when your symptoms are getting worse, based on your mood and energy levels.

Learn Your Stress Symptoms

Recognizing your individual responses to pressure is key. Early detection is vital in getting your stress under wraps before it gets out of hand.