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Staying Organised When Working From Home*

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Slowly, more and more jobs are becoming permanent work-from-home jobs, and employees are more satisfied than they have ever been. After a few months of working from home, many people have come to the conclusion that it is harder than they thought and that their productivity is going down. Working from an office has some downsides, like spending time and money on travel, eating out, and not getting enough rest. It has some good things about it, just like working from home has some pros and cons.

This article has a list of things to do to help you work around the problems and be more productive.

Clean And Organise Your Workspace

Getting the best dual monitor stand to make the most of space is one way to organise your office. The traditional screen stand takes up a lot of room, so you don’t have much room to work. Getting a screening arm will help you organise your desk and get more work done. It’s easier to switch between tabs when you can check them quickly from the second and third monitors. This will save you a few minutes. Put in some file holders and hooks to keep important papers and other things in order. You should also think about cleaning your PC or Mac. Learn how to do it here

Get Enough Rest 

An adult needs at least eight hours of sleep to feel good the next day. If you have trouble sleeping or are sacrificing sleep to meet a deadline, you need to do something about it. Scientists have studied different groups of people for decades and found that eight hours is a good amount of good sleep. Some people, on the other hand, only need three to four hours of sleep. It’s different for each person. You shouldn’t feel bad if you sleep more than eight hours. If you don’t get enough sleep and rest, your brain will get foggy, which will make it hard for you to do your work the next day.

Eat Well 

It’s very tempting to order food from your favourite restaurant instead of cooking at home. With just one click, your pizza will be on its way. It’s important to keep reminding yourself to be in touch with your body. Remind yourself that you are already currently lacking out on getting the much-needed exercise you would have gotten on your way to work. Filling up on junk food that you can’t stop eating is just as bad as eating slow poison and waiting to die.  Start cooking your meals at home so you don’t become the next person who has a heart attack because they don’t move around enough. So, you can also check the amount of salt and other ingredients to make sure your blood pressure doesn’t go up.

Pencil In 30 Minutes of Exercise 

Some of your 30 minutes of exercise may seem easy at first, but trust me, they are not. The idea is to get into a routine and stick to it. You can’t not work out six days a week and then work out for hours on the seventh. Not only will you be doing your body a huge disservice, but you could also get hurt badly. Working out will keep your body in shape and help you burn calories.

Stick To A Plan 

Working from home can be hard because there are too many distractions and not enough accountability. You are not being watched or watched over by anyone. So that might make you want to check in on social media or watch a bit of your favourite web series. One might also want to take a short nap or call a friend from high school. So, psychologists say that keeping the same routines and schedules you had before will help your brain get through the day more easily. 


You can pick the ones you liked best from this list and put them to use right away. Or you can make your own list that fits your life best. Either way, it will make you happier in the long run. Do you have any other tips? We’d love to hear them below. 


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