Experts weigh in on how to survive isolation, cabin fever as COVID-19 forces workers to stay at home


I thought my working-from-home situation was bad until I spoke with Juan Pablo Buritic√°, an expert on remote work who has been leading distributed engineering teams for a decade.

Buritic√° and his partner are both working from home in a 700-square-foot studio apartment in lower Manhattan, where they are now sharing their calendars to coordinate their conference call schedules and usage of the one designated working space, as they self-isolate along with millions of others around the world, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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