With the number of COVID-19 cases growing exponentially and many countries in a state of lockdown, most of us are reaching 40th day or more of working from home. As the world fights a relentless battle against the pandemic, each of us is faced with our own daily struggles. With the line between professional and personal spaces blurring, many of us are finding it increasingly difficult to juggle deadlines with homeschooling, online lectures with household chores, and writing business proposals with attending to pets, washing dishes or doing laundry.
Having no physical office space to go to, no face-to-face meetings, no coffee or lunch breaks with the team, no animated presentations about a new project, the typical work day looks rather bleak, and for many, productivity is dropping to an all-time low. For researchers, the lockdowns also mean running around between the meeting rooms, conferences getting cancelled, travel suspended, and face-to-face interviews postponed indefinitely. Naturally, you may not be able to make adequate progress on your current project. But this does not mean you cannot use your time productively.
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