This is how you can transform your work-from-home experience.

This is how you can transform your work-from-home experience.
Especially if writing is a big part of your work, but not only! 

1. Set Aside Specific Working Times:
Even if you do not have specific working hours, like in a 9 to 5 job, giving yourself some structure is still good. This way, you get to work when you feel most productive, and you build a habit of it!

2. Create a Working Space:
My mom used to tell me that working or studying while sitting on a soft surface makes you lazy. And she was right! As much as it’s nice to work from the comfort of your bed underneath those warm sheets, it can easily blur the boundaries between work and rest, making both suffer in the end.

3. Stay Connected:
Yes, you’re not in an office full of people, but it would be great if you could stay in touch with your colleagues or people from your field of work. Exchange ideas, stay motivated, and get inspiration.

4. Keep a Journal:
You know those thoughts and ideas that pop in your head while writing or working? Make a special place for them, and start writing them down so a good idea never escapes you again. Having a storage space like this makes it easier to return to it when you’re experiencing writer’s block or not feeling inspired about your work.

5. Invest in good tech:
A good computer is a must for anyone who practices remote work, but other supporting tools make a difference! A smartpen , a good mouse, and some nice noise-cancelling headphones.

At the end of the day, working from home is a privilege. No office distractions, commute to work, and you can work from wherever. Nevertheless, for the best results and the least stress, you can establish some boundaries between your work and personal life at home so that you get to be as productive as possible and rest as much as needed!

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