Apr 30, 2020
NASA has identified isolation as one of the five critical hazards of space flight. Few of us will ever have to confront an experience as extreme as a flight to Mars.
However, the prospect of working from home, isolated from our colleagues, is still an alien one for those of us accustomed to the comforts of office life.
How do we go from working in a communal space to working at home alone? What strategies do we put in place to make the most of self-isolation and avoid the pitfalls of loneliness, anxiety or even depression?
Here are some strategies.