I hope you go easier on yourself, Shannon! From speaking to a lot of people and reading the comments here, it's clear it's a universal issue right now. I never worked from home until the pandemic, there are elements I love but equally there's an unhealthy lack of parameters. No commute, no hard definition between 'work' and 'rest' locations to define when you can begin and stop, switch off, and give yourself physical distance. And that's been compounded in lockdowns, for you especially if you've been working from home even before all this. So, we all remain slightly plugged in. "Oh, I could do one more thing" *opens laptop* I think the process of learning how to switch off, to respect breaks and time out in this environment as part of a healthy productivity approach is going to be a learning curve. But definitely go gentle while you do learn.

Communications Manager and Writer based in London. Tackling womanhood, empowerment and mental health with a background in beauty and wellness.

Communications Manager and Writer based in London. Tackling womanhood, empowerment and mental health with a background in beauty and wellness.