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Make Working from Home Work for You

МАКE WORKING FROM HOME WORK FOR YOU STAYING ORGANIZED Create Your Workspace 26 million Americans have a designated office space at home Designing a home office space can make it easier to sit down and start working Create a home office in a spare room or an empty part of an existing room Give Everything a Space Gather all of the supplies you'll need throughout your workday Make sure everything has its own space, either in a desk drawer or on top of your desk for faster access Always put everything back where it belongs when you're done using it Keep Track of Computer Files Organize your computer's desktop so it's easy to navigate Utilize programs and apps that allow you to keep track of your workload and other responsibilities MAKING A SCHEDULE Think About Your Workload MAY 2017 Figure out how much work you have for 4. the entire week 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Decide how much work you want to finish each day 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Factor in any extra responsibilities that 28 29 30 31 may come up 8 MEETING WITH DANIELLE > Determine When to Work 9:15 TEAM HUDDLE Think about whether you feel more productive in the morning, afternoon, or evening Designate a certain time to work every day and stick to it 10:30 PROJECT X PLANNING 12 LUNCH CONTINUE PROJECT X 4 CLIENT MEETING Take Breaks Schedule in multiple breaks throughout your workday Productivity can be increased by up to 13% when you take a 30-second to 42 MINUTES 5-minute “microbreak" Fatigue can be reduced by 50% when you take a 15-second break from looking at your computer screen UNTIL NEXT MICROBREAK KEEPING YOURSELF PRODUCTIVE Get Dressed Wearing pajamas all day might seem appealing, but this could encourage you to stay in bed instead of getting to work Putting on a clean and comfortable outfit at the start of the day will make you feel ready to work, helping you to keep up your productivity throughout the day Find a Home Away From Home You don't have to stay at home just because you Cold Brew work from home Getting out of the house and working at a coffee shop or other public space for a couple of hours can help you beat fatigue and avoid distractions at home WARM FRIENDS OPEN DAILY Eat and Drink It's important to take breaks so you can stand up and stretch, but you should also take breaks for eating and staying hydrated Take a lunch break every day, putting at least 30 minutes aside to eat and take your mind off of work Drink plenty of water throughout the day to stay hydrated and alert Provided by: PENNINGTON CREATIVE PENNINGTONCREATIVE.COM Sources: e/#133deef0290a

Make Working from Home Work for You

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When you’re working from home, it can be easy to just grab a snack from your kitchen and try to power through your workload, but taking a break for lunch can help you feel rejuvenated and refreshed....


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