5 tips to adjust to working from home

Working from home is tough! Most people in the world were suddenly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in the beginning of the year 2020. Now almost 2 entire years after the first outbreak of the pandemic, many aspects of life are beginning to return to normal… but not everything. Many workers are still working from home whether it’s due to the new Delta variant, being at risk for contracting the virus, or whether it’s due to a shift to an entirely remote workforce, like Twitter.

Regardless of the reason, everyone will at some point go stir crazy, get bored, or just generally have a hard time adjusting to remote work. That is why we’ve come up with this easy list of 8 ways to adjust to working from home.

  1. Take 30 minutes a day to walk, run, or do some other form of physical exercise.
  2. Redesign your space to add some feng shui or make your work are more productive.
  3. Work smarter, not harder. Decrease how long you’re sitting at your desk, and increase the frequency of work sessions.
    1. Work for 30 or so minutes at a time, take a 10 minute break, and work another 30 minutes. This will break up the monotony of the day and help with our suggestion about exercise.
  4. Check in with coworkers and friends, and make time for yourself to virtually meet (or in person if it’s safe and allowed where you live).
  5. Create a system of organization in your new workspace.

None of these working?

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