Working from home can bring many challenges, but one hardship might have long-term damage, according to mental health expert Luci DeLong from Balance Mental Health and Wellness. This is due to the line between work and life being blurred, which can put extra pressure on us in our everyday lives.

NAU journalism professor Mary Tolan said that she feels the extra pressure to be productive outside of work. But, doing simple things like dressing the part on Zoo, even when no one will see it, can help separate work and life. DeLong says this helps create a boundary between the two. But second grade teacher Jordan Morales from Lura Kinsey Elementary School says she has another trick: enjoy the little things.