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4 Tips from us to help you work from home effectively – Kim Liwag, Partner Co-ordinator
Working from home has been a big change for many of us, here are our team’s top four tips that are keeping us productive:
1. BE AN EARLY BIRD
When working in the office, any commute you make acts as a wake- up call; a time to get mentally prepared for the day ahead. When working from home where non commute is necessary, be sure to set aside at least 30 minutes in the morning to make a coffee, watch the news or just get ready. You’ll start your day with a better mind- set.
2. CREATE A WORK SPACE
Have a designated work space, keep it organised and decorate it to fit your aesthetic. Maybe even copy your office desk layout, invest in a second screen and a comfortable desk chair.
3. PLAN AHEAD
A well thought-out to do list will save you from a lot of stress. List all of your tasks for the day/week and cross them off as you go. It’s very satisfying!
4. TAKE SHORT BREAKS
Just like in the office, stand up and make yourself a cup of coffee or simply walk around the house. This will help you feel refreshed when you get back to your desk.