Updated: Aug 15
Apparently, around 70% of the workforce globally has given an option of working from home at least once a week. It's stated that this method is a money saver for both employees and corporates. However, it's still not the preferred option. Why? According to the survey of American Community Service people are suffering from lack of productivity, inefficient wireless connection, and having trouble focusing in 2+ living spaces.
We gathered a few tips that can be managed without cost and with ease at home. Here we go...
Tip #1: Get rid of your pajamas
Yes, they are comfy but having the same clothes during the day and making this a habit in a few days in a row, it's proved that you can slowly turn into a depressed mood. To increase your willpower you should give your brain a message. Changing clothes and having a routine before getting into work give your brain a sign of "You are preparing for something big". Instead of jeans, you can try to find comfy but non-pajama outfits like leggings, sweatshirts, comfy blouses, etc.
Tip#2: Don't break out your meal breaks
Make sure you have 3 meals and at least 1 snack a day. If you reduce the number of calories you get, instead of common belief giving weight, you reduce your metabolism. This produces gas, digestion problems, and discomfort. Make sure to have a strict calorie plan and make sure to balance your diet with protein, fat, carbs, and veggies.
Tip#3: Fresh air
No matter how cold it is, make sure to ventilate the room you work in. This helps to get clean air and give your brain a fresh message of focusing. We tend to get fresh air when we are bored or feel bad. Because fresh air is always a good idea. With the changing temperature and fresh smell, we feel refreshed and relieved. Try it out!
Tip#4: Have a focus crown
It's always hard to work in a crowded place. It's even hard if that crowd is your family. To reduce the number of distractions try to have a crown of a flag to wear when you need to focus. Small gamification never kills.
Make sure you set up your working space in front of a mirror to get the maximum amount of sunshine during the day. It's a fact that vitamin D is not only healthy it's also working our hormones.
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