Unless you have a job role requiring you to be in-person at your place of employment, you’re likely one of the millions of people working from home. Whether you’re used to working remotely or you suddenly found yourself turning your dining room table into an office back in March 2020, WFH can be difficult and isolating. In this piece from Inc.com, writer Geoffrey James shares five simple tips for managing the loneliness that comes from remote work and how you can practice self-care on a daily basis.

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