WORKING FROM HOME!
Before we started working from home, the daily routine of getting ready and commuting conditions your brain get ready for the day. When you’re working remotely, you can create “start the day” triggers that get your head ready for work in a similar way, like exercising, reading the news, or making coffee.
Your Workspace may also be essential. If you can sit down and be productive anywhere, that’s great and truly a gift. Most people need structure and a designated workspace. A separate room is excellent if you have that luxury. Or a partitioned area of the dining table will work as well. Your Workspace will tell your brain you are in work mode, and its time to be productive without distraction.
Distractions: Distractions are one of the biggest challenges of working from home. Keep yourself in work mode during your designated work time. Avoid doing any non-work tasks., such as emptying the dishwasher, walking the dog, or washing the windows.