How to avoid burning out when working from home

I’m an advocate for remote work. For the better part of my life, I have worked from home as a freelance technical writer. Granted, it was never fully remote like the last five years since joining Automattic, where everyone works from wherever they like, but I’ve always hated regularly going to an office. And I’ve been preaching that “every company that can let employees work from home should allow employees to work from home” ever since.

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