Have a special pair of "work shoes" that help literally and figuratively signify when you're working and when you are not to help with boundaries.
Time block your day so that you have boundaries around your work.
Create a space that's for work only. The most important thing, except for doing the work, is being able to leave it behind.
Create firm boundaries for when you work and when you are away from work. Having our personal devices as our offices means it can be hard to step away. I recommend turning off notifications on your phone, keeping your...
Set boundaries. Work is always a few steps away and it is too easy to get sucked back in and lose anything resembling work-life balance. Possibly use two different laptops, keeping the work laptop in an "office" space...
Having a completely different room/area that is a designated 'work zone' that you know if (a) you are in it, then you are 100% committed to working and (b) if you are outside it, then you switch off completely and do ...
Learn to set boundaries on your time. It's is not easy, but you will burn out and be stressed if you don't.
Make sure you know how to switch off work and/or have a designated office space that you can close the door on at the end of the day.
Set expectations with spouse etc. of how you will signal when you can be interrupted and when you really can't. And don't forget to remove the sign/hat/light when the call is done.
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