Working from home is widely viewed as a “perk” of the job, and it certainly can be one. After all, remote workers are more productive, more engaged, and more satisfied with their jobs, according to the research. That’s the upside.
However, working remotely also has its drawbacks. It can be lonely, sedentary, and demoralizing. It can also feel impossible to separate work from home (and vice versa). In short, the downside of working at home is also real, and it’s both a mental and physical one.
That’s why it’s so important for people who work remotely to be proactive about their health, and that’s what this site is all about. The resources provided here are carefully curated from reputable sources and personal experiences to help people who work remotely care for their bodies and minds.