Working from home might sound like a fun idea initially... but a couple days in and you'd know it's a much different scenario and possibly a harder scenario to work from. In many cases, you work alone and your daily interactions are limited. Over time, this can contribute to an overall lack of motivation, and it's when productivity levels begin to dip.
Start your day early, pretend you're still going to office
Another enjoyable perk of working from home is not having to get up, rush out of the house, and commute to office. However, working from home doesn’t mean you get to skip your morning routine altogether. Get up early, take a shower, make your coffee and breakfast, and prepare your lunch, just like you have to leave the house. Looking for a quick and healthy breakfast or lunch solution? We have just introduced our new power meal: Goodness Bowl. Ready in 90 seconds, and packed with all the nutrients you need to start your day right.
Change out of your PJs
It's incredibly tempting when working from home to wear the most comfortable set of clothes you own, especially since most of the time you're rolling out of bed and starting work soon after. It's been found that even clothing has a symbolic meaning to our brains, it primes the brain to behave accordingly. In other words, if you are content to wear lazy clothing all day when working from home, you are probably more likely to act lazy, and therefore get less done.
Don't work where you sleep
Set a mood and dedicated work space
Make a Schedule
Take Regular Stretch Breaks
Eat the right snacks
Stay connected with your colleagues
Maintain your regular work hours