Hey y'all! I like to work remotely, but I mostly work from the office. I think a key part of successfully working remotely is to set up a solid environment. One tip I've read before is to have a specific room or place at home where you only do work. If you need to take a break, step away from there and go take a break somewhere else, then go back to your workspace. This allows you to imitate that "going to work" feeling, and at the end of the day, you can "leave work" even though you're technically still at home.
Very much agreed - it helps me to keep my morning routine too. I get up, eat breakfast, brush my teeth and shower like any other day, and then sometimes actually physically go walk around the block before doing anything. When my simulated "commute" is over its much easier to sit down and focus - it separates the "home" and "work" portions of the day.
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