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“I really recommend taking proper breaks while working from home to eat, rest, and exercise,” Serena Poon, a chef, nutritionist, and founder of Culinary Alchemy suggests. “Constant work can cause burnout and with it a whole host of health problems. I usually recommend establishing specific areas in your home for different activities.” Although this may sound difficult, particularly if you live in a smaller or shared space, but it can be done with proper planning. Take the time to assign one area of your room for working and a totally different zone for meals. This helps your brain differentiate what it should be doing in a specific space, Poon explains.