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“We need to do a better job of putting ourselves higher on our own “To Do” list” – Michelle Obama Since the beginning of COVID-19, many of us have had to bid farewell to our offices and work remotely. While working from home undeniably has its benefits, it can also trigger the desynchronization of our lives or upset the delicate balance scale of our social lives vis-a-vis our professional lives. This disturbance may lead to feelings of burn out, demotivation, or even dissatisfaction with our jobs and in turn affect us negatively. The blurring of lines between what we know as our professional lives and social and personal lives can and will undoubtedly result in more isolation.