Companies around the world are asking people to work from home in an effort to lessen the impacts of COVID-19.
As the virus spreads across the globe, several countries are in lockdown and many others are encouraging 'social distancing' where possible.
But while working from home sounds great in theory, people are turning to social media to share what it's really like - as well as give out some advice.
Los Angeles based history professor Drew McKevitt has been working from home for the last eight months and has some unique tips for newbies.
McKevitt's suggestions include eating "nine meals a day" and napping for at least 45 minutes for every 15 minutes of work you do. This one might be hard to get past your boss but if you do, you're in for a great day.
Lattice CEO Jack Altman also takes his rest seriously. He shared a realistic comparison of how experts recommend working from home, versus what he actually does.
Meanwhile, designer Maxim Leyzerovich perfectly illustrated the problems that come with mixing chatty coworkers and slack.
Author Austin Kleon also had some unusual advice for people working from home for the first time. His tips included "wearing a robe with pockets for your pencil and notebook" and taking long walks in the middle of the day.
Microsoft employee Sonia Cuff raised concerns over how extroverts would cope with being alone all day.
"If we all start working from home, we need to check in on the extroverts," she tweeted.
While extroverts may be struggling, several introverts shared their joy at being forced to stay home.
One person going by the username Boosh shared their enthusiastic reaction to being told they had to work from home.
Meanwhile, a woman going by the username Stay At Home Nat highlighted how all the advice about staying safe during the outbreak is an introvert's dream day.
Several parents are posting on Twitter to highlight the struggles that come with working from home with children.
Twitter user Matt posted a hilarious video of a pig being swarmed by piglets, with the caption: "Working from home with three kids how about you?"
Social media user Rory shared a hilarious photo of a woman working while her three children were tied up on the floor beside her.
Rory captioned the post: "Found a good way to get work done at home today."
Meanwhile, it's not only the isolation that people are struggling with. Earlier this week, Twitter users shared their hilarious home-based desk setups while working from home.