I find that setting my alarm each weekday so I wake up around the same time ensures I get the most productive hours out of my day.
It’s important to feel good when working from home, so I usually wear my most comfortable, yet decent looking loungewear and do a little something to my face.
Make sure this space is an enjoyable place to be and isn’t in the center of where your daily activities take place.
In order to avoid aches, pains, and injury, it’s essential to make sure your space is ergonomic for working at home.
It’s so much more motivating to start your day in a fresh, clean, organized space. Make sure everything has a place.
Finding a few minutes in your day to do some lengthening stretches will help your body avoid aches and injury.
Mindfully shop for foods with less sugar and flour/starchy carbs. Eating less will increase your energy so you can be more productive.
Working remotely can be very isolating. Even if you’re an introvert, checking in with colleagues, friends, or family during the day helps you feel less lonely during the week.