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🛏️ Avoid working from the bed or your bedroom (if possible). Although it's tempting to stay in bed or head to your sofa, you're best off setting up a station.
If you don't have a desk, use your dining room table. Besides making you feel like you're at an "office," this helps you maintain good posture, avoid distractions, and leave your work behind at the end of the day.
👨🏼💼 Set a plan & consider these points first
Do the highest priority tasks first
Plan your day around your own natural cycles–do the hardest work when you have the most energy throughout the day
Plan yourself rewards and breaks throughout the day
🚶🏻 Make sure you get up from your desk during those planned breaks–get some fresh air, grab a healthful snack, and talk with another person if possible. This allows the blood to flow and helps you reset before the next block of work.
📱 Mute or silence your phone when possible or when you are getting into deep work to avoid unnecessary distractions.
🙋🏼♂️ One of the best things about working in an office is the potential for collaboration and socialization. You don’t have to lose this just because you are working from home. Try to check in with your coworkers at least a couple of times per week.
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