5 tips to reduce screen time while you’re WFH

5 tips to reduce screen time while you’re WFH

Elizabeth Grace Saunders

Zoom fatigue is real, and many people are feeling it during the ongoing pandemic. “Having to focus on multiple faces simultaneously while also being conscious that everyone can see you creates an added layer of mental and emotional exhaustion that wouldn’t be experienced as acutely in an in-person setting. The extra time in front of the computer can also cause eye strain and muscle fatigue because you need to hold your body rigid for hours to stay inside a camera’s range,” writes time management coach Elizabeth Grace Saunders. In this HBR article, she shares the strategies that her clients say are most effective for maintaining and regaining energy. While our digital load is unavoidable right now, these simple tips can help you reduce fatigue and avoid burnout. 

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