Simple and Inexpensive Ways to Recharge When You are Burnt Out

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Feel nyo na ba ang summer guys?

Ready ka na bang ilabas ang beach body mo?

Or mas trip ninyo magpalamig sa “Banyo City?”

Pasyal kaya tayo sa “Kwarto Princessa?”

Or magtumbling sa “Parking Lat-via?”

Walang budget? Gumulong-gulong na lang sa “Floor-ida!”

Ikot-ikot lang sa bawat sulok ng bahay.

Matatapos din ang lahat ng ito.

Ok, we all know this whole pandemic thing is not a joke. Buti na lang Filipinos have a good sense of humor. It’s probably our best coping mechanism, that’s why we are so resilient even during the toughest times.

Staying at home for an extended period of time can trigger anxiety and depression. For those who have been working from home for a while, we know it can be boring sometimes. And for some freelancers with multiple clients, not being able to go out, may lead to burnt out. That’s why we also spend time going out, socializing and chilling for the sake of mental health.

One week after the implementation of enhanced community quarantine, let’s check on our freelancer friends and see how everybody is doing.

How did you survive one week of limited movement?

How did you deal with the boredom and burnt out that came with not being able to go out to recharge your emotional batteries?

Do you know what others are doing for fun while they are at home?

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Jason Dulay

Jason Dulay

Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.

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