They say change is a healthy thing, but when the entire world is in flux and you suddenly must adopt a whole new lifestyle, moving your office to your home can feel utterly overwhelming. Happily, we live in an age with all the equipment, tools, and resources to help you smooth out the kinks. We’ve gathered some terrific information to ease you into your new work mode.
Focus Your Mind and Energy
Getting into a groove when there isn’t a commute or time clock can be really tough, but you can establish a solid, productive day with a handful of smart strategies.
- 5 Reasons to Make Your Bed Every Day
- 7 Simple Meditation Techniques to Practice at Work (to Boost Productivity)
- How to Structure Your Day When You Work From Home
Structure Your Space
Your day isn’t the only thing requiring structure! While working in your bed propped up against pillows might sound nice, the reality is it’ll soon be uncomfortable and reduce your productivity. Thankfully, there are great ways to set yourself up a comfortable at-home workspace designed with your success in mind.
- 57 Cool Small Home Office Ideas
- The Essential Remote Work Tools You Need
- The Essential Ergonomic Gear for Your Home Office
- The 10 Best Home Office Desks
Use the Internet to Get Connected
Working remotely can make you feel like you’re alone in your venture. Take steps to stay connected with your team, as well as connect with potential new clients.
- Take Virtual Coffee Breaks With Your Coworkers
- 18 Easy Virtual Team-Building Activities for Remote Teams
- Top 10 Collaboration Tools for Remote Teams
- The Rise of Virtual Conferencing
Change may be a healthy thing, but it doesn’t always feel healthy. However, if you stay focused, structure your space, and avoid becoming isolated from your team members, you’re sure to feel better about the whole transition soon enough!