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How To Be More Productive While Working From Home
These days, more and more companies allow their employees to work from home time to time. Working from home might sound like a dream come true, but it can sometimes be more difficult than you think. If you work from home, you need to be able to avoid distractions. Here are some tips on how to be more productive while working from home.
Set a Schedule
Although waking up at noon might sound nice, it will not help you be productive. You have to set a clear schedule and stick by it. For example, you could start working at 8 a.m. and work for the next two hours, take a small 15 min break and keep going for another 2 hours and so on until you have done your full day’s work.
Get Rid of Distractions
If you want to get anything done, you have to get rid of all distractions including televisions and cell phones. Having these distractions around will only tempt you not to get your work done.
Taking short breaks throughout the day can actually make you more productive. Every couple of hours, take 15 minutes to get some fresh air. Sitting in front of the computer all day without any breaks can make you go crazy.
Get Out of Your Pajamas
Even though you are by yourself, you should still get out of your pajamas. You do not have to put on a business suit, but you should at least put on a clean shirt and dress slacks. If you are dressed, you will think you are at work and will be more productive.
Being productive while working from home does not have to be difficult if you follow these simple tips, but you must have discipline and stick to your schedule.