Many of the questions from folks working from home can be complex, but thankfully there are a few simple tips we can start with: Tips: 1. Try to keep your office space comfortable. If possible, find a quiet, private office. It’s not so important whether the office is public or not, just trying to be as inconspicuous as possible. 2.
If you don’t have a computer on your desk at home, you need to be working from home. This is a simple tip. Find a laptop and use it for work from home, then when your laptop is idle (or you’re at your desk, but using another laptop) your office is free… of distractions from your office at home.
What if everyone could get a computer at the office? Old blog: Everyone should have a computer at work or anywhere else. You should also have a physical keyboard with a mouse and mouse click, at least in the main work area, to work with and access your computer when needed. Keep the desk area clean and avoid any clutter. A clean desk can help with focus and creativity. New blog: The key to keeping that clutter at bay is to turn it into distractions.
It can feel a bit daunting, especially when you think of everything you have to do every step of the way. And, you know how this goes, when you find yourself at your computer at home, wondering what you can do to fix what can not be fixed, you should take your old smartphone and give it a workout. It helps us feel inspired to keep going once the initial inspiration wears off…