Is Burnout a common thing this Pandemic?

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  1. Be completely present in the moment
  2. Concentrate on one task completely at a time
  3. Don’t bother about the results and give yourself completely to the activities needed to be done at the moment
  4. Have a routine for Work, Break, Family time and follow it every single day
  5. Segregate spaces for Work, Recreation, Sleep etc. — This is a must as it helps you to focus on the activity at hand
  6. Give your mind sufficient time to unwind, introspect — Try Journaling
  7. Enjoy anything that you are doing no matter the job or task or activity

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