Remote Work Tip No. 1: Create a Workspace
Rather than take the idea of “work from anywhere” to the extreme, put some thought (and perhaps a bit of investment) into where you’ll be spending your time.
Remote Work Tip No. 2: Reduce Distractions
From your comfy couch and a nostalgic Fuller House binge-watching session, to playing with your pet pug, there can be endless distractions when you work from home.
Remote Work Tip No. 4: Utilize Tools
Whether you’re tech-oriented or old-school, play around with time management systems to discover what works for you.
Remote Work Tip No. 5: Plan Interaction
Remember that remote work is not synonymous with becoming a hermit. Socializing is vital to your mental health and your career.
Develop a Routine
Being productive during your workday takes some planning, and a lack of structure can lead to feeling aimless, overwhelmed, or on-call 24/7.
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