If you hadn’t been paying attention to TikTok before, it’s probably caught your attention during the COVID-19 pandemic. People are at home more often, and tuned into media and using apps much more, which means parents are now getting on the TikTok bandwagon as well as kids. Previously the sole realm of tweenagers, TikTok has now emerged as a force to be reckoned with.
So most people who usually work in an office are now working from home (thanks COVID-19), which presents new challenges for some. I’ve been working from home for almost 6 years and I’m so used to it now, but I do recall that I struggled at the beginning. It’s pretty easy to let your work leak into your free time, when the laptop is literally calling you from the living room. I developed some habits that helped me draw a line between my working day and my personal life, even when the physical divide was often only the next room. Here’s my tips for switching off when you work from home…