Tips to be productive while working from home

During the COVID-19 pandemic, If you’re not used to remote working, you may be finding it challenging to stay focused on your work. At home, you’re responsible for creating your working environment, often in a space quite unlike an office. You also need to make sure that you stay intellectually and physically healthful.

Well, here are some tips to help you stay focused and calm while working from home:


1. Create & stick to a routine.


  • Make sure that you keep to regular times for starting and ending work.
  • Always ensure that you get enough sleep.
  •  You eat correctly and regularly. 
  • Frequent short breaks can keep you energized and focused. 


2. Designing Your Work Space.


  • Have all the equipment you need and ensure that you’ve got enough room to work comfortably.
  • find a quiet space –– preferably one with a door –– and a quality chair.
  • It would help if you were clear – to yourself that, at certain hours of the day, it’s a place of work.
  • Illuminate your area with kinds of stuff that makes you feel great, like your desk at the workplace.


3. Make it more challenging for yourself to mess around on social media.


  • Remove your social networking links from your browser shortcuts and, log out of every account.
  • You might even consider working primarily in private or if you’re using Chrome, an “Incognito” browser window.

Note:- It’s a guarantee that you won’t be tempted into taking too many social breaks during the day.


4.   Treat yourself and your Colleagues.


  • Do a conference room birthday party with a cake.
  • Sharing an entertaining image or post or creating a killer public playlist.
  • Ask for a catch-up call from that person you like chatting with at the elevator.
  • Share app suggestions for keeping calm.
  • Best meeting background decor.


Remote-working is nevermore going to be as great as you may have imagined from your workplace. Sometimes you might feel isolated or lonely. And it might be harder to create barriers separating your job and personal life. There will always be disturbances and interruptions. A “where are you?” missed message from your boss will still cause your stomach to sink. You might feel that you need to prove your worth to a separated team and manager by working long hours without rests. It is not healthy moreover Setting up boundaries and cues will enable you to work far more effectively and to avoid burnout.