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At home, it is quite difficult to concentrate on work or study, because this is our place of rest. We relax, hide from the bustle of the city, meet here with friends, and spend time with our family. There are either too many distractions during the day, such as children and dogs, or there are too many diversions in the evening.
Moreover, we were simply obliged to work from home the lasts years. Whether you like it or not, you need to adapt.
Usually, the biggest challenge is time management. However, if you've never worked from home or without a schedule dictated at least in part by someone else, some of these tips may be useful.
Although, for some people, it might be difficult to live on schedule. However, you still disciplining yourself while creating it. Also, you will have an argument to get back on track in case you will be too lazy to complete the task.
Of course, there will be fewer chances that you will break the schedule if you plan your schedule correctly with breaks. However, it doesn’t mean that you have to fill it with unreasonable 15 minutes breaks. Instead, use this time productively - whether it's a household chore, a phone call, or simply getting up and walking in the sun, there's always something to do.
Think about things you like to do to waste time. It could be anything: playing a stupid game on your phone, chatting with friends, scrolling social networks, having a snack or just simply staring at space. It literally can be anything! However, you are allowed to do it only if completed the task.
For some people it is much easier to work at night, for others, it is more productive to work in an earlier morning. Now, when your work from home, you can stay awake at your time. What a great opportunity!
Our brain, like any other muscle in the body, can get tired or overexerted. After all, even computers can overheat. And as we know, there is a super simple trick with computers - turn it off and on. You must do exactly the same with your mind.
Nowadays, it is not at all difficult to find meditation to suit your preferences. Even Netflix has an interactive video of meditation for 3, 5, and 10 minutes.
It is very difficult for our brain to readjust to productive work when household trifles. Even an ordinary table can be counterproductive for us if it is not comfortable to sit on. For example, it can constantly slide, move and it will distract us, and even scratch the floor. Therefore, we recommend rubber furniture pads. They fit tightly between the table and the floor and the movement of furniture will no longer distract you from your work!