If this pandemic has got you working from home and you’re still not able to find the right balance, perhaps our tips can help you. Developing a morning routine that works for you is the key to having a productive work-from-home day and here are three things you can do.
Get Ready For Work
By now you’ve probably realized that staying in your pajamas all day doesn’t do you any favors. Even though you’re not going out of the house, getting dressed will signal your brain that it’s work time and it will prevent you from slipping into your bed after breakfast.
Speaking about breakfast, make sure you have it every day and that you eat something nutritious that will keep you energized. Working from home gives you some extra time to cook new foods so turn it into an exciting part of the day that you will look forward to.
As tempting as working from your sofa is, you likely won’t get much work done that way. Have a dedicated office space, even if it’s just a small corner of the living room, and decide that it’s only for work and nothing else. After a while, your brain will connect sitting there with doing work and it will get much easier.