The spread of the COVID-19 continues to affect everything, from international travels to grocery shopping to daily work life. Mitigating the risk of infection remains to be a growing concern, which is why companies across the country have adapted to remote work.
Many fantasize about working from the comfort of their own home, which forgoes the grueling commute in favor of the snooze button, extra self-care time, and more family connections. Unfortunately, working remotely is a double-edged sword—while the benefits are undeniable, the right mindset and focus can be hard to come by. It will be tempting to tackle the pile of laundry instead of your emails. The prospect of a quick four-hour binge-watch of your Netflix show will also be hard to resist.