To the newly ‘working from home’: avoiding social isolation and maintaining professional identity

Over the past year, I have carved out a new post-academic career that is based on working from home. The majority of my work is now conducted online. I have stage 4 endometriosis and trying to work through and mask endometriosis in the workplace led me to burnout – ¬†and ultimately forced me to rethinkContinue reading “To the newly ‘working from home’: avoiding social isolation and maintaining professional identity”

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