Working from home is a dream come true in many ways. And in theory, it’s easier to take care of your health when you work remotely. Not only will you never be tempted by unhealthy office snacks or birthday cakes, but having access to your own kitchen means you can cook nutritious meals instead of dining out. But more often than not, reality looks a little different. In combination with sitting at your desk, looking at your computer for hours on end and having access to the treats you might have in the kitchen can be challenging for your health goals. Creating a healthy work-life balance is a project that has many benefits, especially when working from home. Here are a few tips for overcoming the common obstacles we face when our work and home are in the same space.