1. Location, Location, Location
Try to find yourself a dedicated and comfortable spot to work that you can associate with your job and leave when you’re off the clock — that means get off the couch, and definitely out of bed.
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2. Bring the Outdoors In
If you do not have any greens in your designated work from home location, consider adding some indoor plants to create a more inviting and creative space. Plus, they make your home's air healthier!
Check out the link here
for some ways to freshen up your home décor with a touch of green.
3. Repurpose Your Commute
A major perk of working from home is ditching the commute. Use this time in the morning for a workout, self-renewal, or family time.
4. Show your face
When possible, use video
over the standard conference call to help create more interactions and avoid loneliness.
5. Create lists
Every morning, create a list of what you will deliver by the end of the day. If it’s helpful, scribble these down the night before so you can dive straight into work in the morning.
If you don't have a physical notepad handy, I LOVE the "Google Keep" in G Suite. Keep
offers a variety of tools for taking notes, including text, lists, images, and audio.