so that makes it harder in some ways and easier in others. At least with students and their education it gives more of a purpose and variety to what you are doing and you can still be creative with their learning..
My working day is 8am to 5pm and it is hard to stay motivated for that period at home in front of a computer. We Skype colleagues and carry out interviews online. As there is not much to do, I am tending to work most of the evening and weekends too, this probably isn't such a good idea. But I prefer that than sitting on social media.
To keep grounded I do pilates before work in the morning and spinning and walking in the evening. I don't usually take a lunch break at work, but am taking 15 minutes at home to break the monotony.
I am learning Thai
King's College International School Bangkok