Working from home can be comfortable but here’s what you need to take note of to be productive.
With the rise in concerns over the spreading of COVID-19 virus, many of us will see ourselves working from home as a measure to practice social distancing. Of course, this news may come as a delight for many of us who prefer to work in the comfort of our own space. After all, who doesn’t love curling up in the living room in their pyjamas instead of having to sit through traffic or crowded morning commutes to be present in the office?
However, working from home isn’t as fine and dandy as we imagine it to be. The giddy freedom of being in your absolute comfort zone can lead to constant distractions which will challenge your productivity. This can be anything, from screaming children and noisy neighbours to Netflix temptation and even your adorable pets. Thankfully, there are some easy steps you can follow to help working from home be both productive and fun.
Here’s how to get settled into making your home your office for the next few weeks.