What happens when you work from home? You’re in your pajamas all day, right? Wrong! Working from home is not just a luxury to make life easier. It can be a key strategy for success in many industries and professions. In this article we are going over the essentials of successfully working from home, no matter what industry you’re in. From setting up your space at home to finding yourself some creative ways to get out of the house once in awhile, these 14 tips will help you stay sane while still making that paycheck every week.
I. Identify Your Needs
II. Find a Space at Home for Work and a Place to Sleep (or vice versa)
II. Make Some Friends with Other People Who Work from Home
IV. Network Online Via Forums, Blogs, and Social Media
V. Set Up Systems That Help You Stay Focused – Say No More! We’ve Got This..
VI. Build in Creative Ways to Get Out of the House Once in Awhile: Exercise Routines; Reading Clubs; Meet-ups With Fellow Working From Hometowners via Skype or FaceTime so you can get out without leaving home; Lunch & Learns/Workouts/Exhibits etc., all online now too!
VII. Join Some Crowdsourcing Platforms and Get Paid for Your Expertise
VII. Set Up a Schedule of When You’ll Work in Order to Manage Time Better
IX. Create Systems so That Working From Home Doesn’t Become Too Lonely or Boring!
X. Find Ways to Keep Yourself Accountable by Setting Goals that Motivate You, the Tools for Successful Goal Setting Are Here..
XI. Make Sure you Have Backup Plans if Technology Fails – Can’t Stay Connected on Wi-Fi? Use your Mobile Phone’s Data Plan instead; Carry Extra Charging Cords Just In Case etc., these things can be life savers when it seems like everything is going wrong.
XII. Stay Healthy by Eating Regularly, Sleeping Well & Staying Active Outside of Work; It’s important to focus on your health and well-being when you’re working from home – so be sure to stay active, eat healthy snacks too!
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* Tips will not always apply to everyone (e.g., traveling) but are good general guidelines for those who work primarily from home.
* Tip # 14 is optional as it does not pertain directly to working at home; however, it can be a valuable way to stay healthy and happy when working at home.
* Tip # 12 is optional as well, but it’s important for those who work primarily from their computer – so they don’t have too many hours of screen time each day!
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-Grow plants or flowers indoors that remind you what season it is outside; this can help with your mood & energy levels. Doing something “outdoorsy” every now and then will also help you feel better about being cooped up inside all day! (Tip #12)
Focusing on maintaining good health while working at home can be a challenge. These 14 tips should help you succeed:
-Tip # 12 is optional as well, but it’s important for those who work primarily from their computer – so they don’t have too many hours of screen time each day!
* Tip # 11 suggests bringing your pet to work with you if possible and also getting up every hour or two to move around and stretch (or go outside!)
Get out for things like lunch or coffee with colleagues during the weekdays; at least once per month make an effort to take Friday off entirely. It’s really helpful on weekends when working from home because we get cabin fever easily in this type of environment – plus Fridays are usually quieter than other days anyway
Tip # 14 is also a good idea for those who work primarily from their computer – so they don’t have too many hours of screen time each day!
* Tip # 13 suggests taking up an artsy hobby such as painting or sewing to avoid boredom and keep your hands busy. This will help you stay creative in both mind and body, which are essential for working at home!
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12) Create daily, weekly, monthly and annual goals that contribute to your overall career goals. You should also include your short term and long-term objectives in these goals to ensure you stay on track no matter what happens!
13) Create a schedule for yourself that includes time designated specifically for work, self care, family/friends and leisure activities. This will help you balance the aspects of life necessary to be successful at home!
14) Remember that it takes some time to adjust from office settings back into working from home – but not as much as most people think. Be patient with yourself when adjusting so that this new phase doesn’t feel like torture! And remember: Working From Home Doesn’t Mean That You Don’t Work Hard. It Just Means Your Place Has A Different Address
Tip #14: Sit Down and Write a List of What You Have to Do That Day.
Create your “to do” list for the day before you start work or when you wake up in the morning. This will help with time management, so that if you find yourself feeling overwhelmed by tasks at any point during the day, it will be easier for you to take care of those particular items first and not get distracted by other things that are less important but equally as interesting. For example, instead of starting on your spreadsheet project right away, which is what most people would naturally want to do when they go into their office space each morning without thinking about anything else, create your task list from top-to-bottom, so that the spreadsheet project is at the bottom of your list and you know when it’s time for those tasks to be completed.
Tip #13: Get a Calendar – Even if You Don’t Work on One Day-to-Day Basis.
Create a calendar with every day blocked out so that you can plan ahead without leaving anything up in the air or forgetting about responsibilities due within certain days (for example, writing blog posts). When it comes to organizational skills, some people are natural planners while others need more guidance and forethought in order to stay organized. It’s important not self-judge yourself as someone who needs help when they’re trying new things–every person has their own strengths and weaknesses when it comes to organization and planning. Tip #14: Set a Schedule for the Day – And Stick to It! A schedule can help your day run smoother, but this isn’t always easy when you’re working from home (or anywhere that doesn’t have set hours). The key is making sure you give yourself enough time in between tasks so that you don’t feel too rushed or behind on what’s expected of you–but also not giving yourself so much downtime where work never gets done because there are no deadlines and nothing pushing you forward. Figure out how many things need to be accomplished each week/day; then create an outline for those days with more specifics than just “work” or “write blog post”. For