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"As a remote worker, I found it important to schedule social times outside of work with friends and family. Keeping a consistent work schedule can help you schedule consistent time for socialization. An example could be to mimic an in-person work schedule, for example working from 9 am to 12pm, then having some sort of social activity between 1pm to 2pm, and working again from 2pm to 5pm.
Alternatively you could split your weekend up to be evenly distributed throughout the week, and dedicate these days to social activities. I think it's important to be aware of your friends and social life as a separate function from your work and income when working remotely, which is not the same with an in-person job. If your co-workers are particularly friendly, you could try adding them on a social platform like LinkedIn or even Facebook depending on the level of rapport and how formal your relationship is. It's not a good idea to add your remote co-workers on social media without building considerable rapport first."
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