Maintaining boundaries with our clients and our work is critical under ordinary circumstances. With the chaos of COVID, working from home is something I am extremely grateful for - not only because I get to do work in my pajamas- but I get to continue to support my clients and maintain employment in a job that I love. One thing has become abundantly clear, though, is that critical boundary setting in the past had some structural advantages (eg. a separate physical job location, a desk phone, an office door) and there are lots of assumed boundaries that I didn't realize were there that now are not. There are so many different areas that warrant establishing boundaries. From working location in your own home to when you answer an email or text messaging or whether to turn the camera on for zoom meetings, chat features and forums, on the clock or off the clock, if you work remotely you are even closer to work than before. I wanted to take a moment and see how others were implementing boundaries with their work, whether with clients or otherwise, and what that looks like for everyone. Any revelations? Comments? Tips?