Even with the vaccine, the decreasing statistics and the airs of optimism of a less restricted New Year, it is undeniable that the last two years have been challenging for many across the world.

Between isolated quarantine and the loss of loved ones, COVID-19 has changed the way of life as we know it — definitely in our personal lives, as well as professional ones.

With the pandemic, remote work became the only way for many to continue their daily work. In the beginning, we did it out of obligation. But not long after, we began to see the positive side of this new concept (not just for the employee, but for the company as well).

It was in the last two years that Rock Content definitively stabilized itself as a global remote-first company. (A desire that was already under construction and ended up being accelerated by this unfortunate world situation. We might say we made a sweet lemonade from a sour lemon.

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People from all over the world were able to work together in a single company. Physical location was no longer the main factor in hiring. We were able to focus on bringing talent to the team, no matter where in the world they are.

We are not alone, of course. Some telemarketing leads for sale companies have already announced a return to the office — but many of them are adopting some type of hybrid model that allows employees to work part-time in their homes and part-time in the office.

This scenario shows two sides of the same coin. On the one hand, this reality can be extremely positive and liberating. On the other hand, it is necessary to know how to deal with remote work and avoid common traps that, by now, you are probably familiar with: low productivity, difficulty to relax, feelings of isolation, among many others.

So, what do you do? How does one cope with chaos and tedium or find ways to be inspired artistically within this new reality that apparently is here to stay?

Put On Your Monday Clothes

There is nothing comfier than an oversized shirt and a loose pair of pajama bottoms. They are comfortable clothes, a hug for your body after a long day. If you have time off, they become your weekend loungewear and are a great escape from having to dress up for the social world.

The first few weeks of the pandemic Mailing Data Pro were a delight. Every set of pajamas got a trial; we even ordered special silky ones to feel fancy while we lazed about. But two years later, our stiff professional clothes are eyeing us, wondering when we are coming back.

As delightful as loungewear is, accepting it as a long-term style can affect your creative self-esteem. A comfortable bed and comfortable clothes will make your body feel like it should be at rest — not at work. This makes feeling productive, producing content and getting your creative juices flowing more challenging than before.

By eaias

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