6 Ways to Avoid Burnout While Working Remote
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Disconnect and Meditate
If you're in desperate need of some zen, it may be time to start (or restart) a yoga practice. YogaDownload Unlimited offers more than 1,500 live and on-demand yoga classes from expert instructors so you can develop a practice on your own time. Every class is optimized for you to do at home so you can unwind and get centered whenever you need it most.
Listen to Audiobooks
Maybe some music or a podcast will help you disconnect. This Marshall smart speaker offers voice command so you can control your soundtrack, manage your schedule, add to your grocery list, and much more just by using your voice. It even allows you to control your smart home by acting as a hub for other Alexa-enabled interfaces like TVs, lights, locks, and thermostats. Plus, of course, it sounds awesome. No wonder it's earned 4.6/5 stars on Amazon.
Have Shows or Movies Playing in the Background
Sitting down and reading a good book is a great way to cope with burnout. Of course, you don't always have as much time as you'd like to devote to reading. 12min lets you read more in a fraction of the time. Their experts distill full books into text or audio summaries meant to be consumed in just 12 minutes, so you can learn about a new topic or discover a new world in just minutes.
Listen to Soothing Music
More into escaping through a TV series or movie? The perfect solution for cord cutters, SelectTV offers access to 700,000 TV episodes, 100,000 movies, plus unlimited video on demand from more than 150 countries, accessible on any device. Plus, it unifies all of your streaming subscriptions into one easy-to-use hub so you don't have to bounce around trying to find the content you want.
Do a Yoga Session
Staying fit and healthy is another great way to avoid burnout. You can't go to the gym right now, but Fitterclub is even better. For a fraction of the cost of a gym membership, Fitterclub gives you live and on-demand fitness training in a wide variety of disciplines. They'll even give you a nutrition plan to help you really commit.
Take a Quick Workout Break
Sometimes the best thing you can do for yourself is just unplug from the world. This meditation app has earned a 4.9/5 star rating on the App Store because it allows you to develop a mindfulness and meditation practice on your own time. Just pop in whenever to access any of their 700 guided meditation sessions, or create custom playlists, keep a meditation journal, set goals and reminders, and track your progress towards your mindfulness goals.