Set boundaries on your work. Working from home can flow into the rest of your home life. If possible, set physical boundaries with a dedicated workspace that is only used for work and that you can leave at the end of your workday. Set psychological boundaries by preparing for your workday by going through your regular morning routine, and leave work at the end of the day by establishing some ritual that signals work is over (change clothes, move to a different part of the house, go for a walk, etc.). Communicate your work hours to both clients, coworkers, and family members, so that the critical people in your work and personal lives know when you are accessible. To keep work from bleeding into non-work hours, leave work tech (phone, computer, etc.) in your workspace and resist the urge to log in when your workday is done.