Have you wondered how to get more sleep while working online?
The main idea behind online work is that it can be done anytime, anywhere. With no boundaries, this type of work can easily take additional time and energy.
For example, if you’re an online educator, instead of working with a group of students all at once, teachers often write comments and feedback each individual student. This might happen more than one way, every week. At first, this work might be surprising to anyone new to online teaching. After getting used to the idea of regularly reaching each student, balancing one’s time and energy becomes important in order to continue teaching well and to maintain work-life balance.
And, healthy sleep while being an online worker of any kind is a critical part of the balance.
Here are some great resources you might want to explore:
Resources listed here were consulted to prepare today’s podcast:
This episode initially appeared on BethanieHansen.com in extended form, tailored to online educators. I hope you’ve enjoyed this focused version, generalized to anyone who works online.
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