Plenty of people fantasize about working from the comfort of their own home. Foregoing their commute in favor of more sleep, family or exercise time. But working remotely is a double-edge sword. Sure, you get to stay home, but it can be harder to focus on actually working. Whether it’s a pile of laundry that suddenly looks more appealing than your bosses’ to-do list. Or a quick three-hour binge of that one Netflix show you’ve been dying to watch. Staying productive at home can take a little extra effort. Why not to seperate your workplace from your house ? With our Home Office you will be able to concentrate only on you work.
FEW TIPS WORKING FROM HOME
Maintain Regular Hours
Set a schedule, and stick to it…most of the time. Having clear guidelines for when to work and when to call it a day helps many remote workers maintain work-life balance. Working a swing shift is bad for you, and that applies to remote workers, too. That said, working remotely sometimes means extending your day or starting early to accommodate someone else’s time zone. When you do, be sure to wrap up earlier than usual or sleep in a bit the next morning.
Create a Morning Routine
Deciding you’ll sit down at your desk and start work at a certain time is one thing. Creating a routine that guides you into the chair is another thing. What in your morning routine delineates the start of work? It might be making a cup of coffee. Or might be returning home after a jog. Maby it might be getting dressed (wearing pajama pants to work is a perk for some, but a bad strategy for others). Create a morning routine that ends with you starting work in your home office.
Schedule BreaksKnow your company’s policy on break times and take them. If you’re self-employed, give yourself adequate time during the day to walk away from the computer screen and phone. Walk out of your home office