Is working from home proving more difficult than was expected?
  1. Have a dedicated work space either in a separate room or a space set up in the living room that you can carve out as your work space.
  2. Schedule work time hours (and ensure to also set a clock out time to ensure that you mainatin a healthy work-life balance) and time for focused work without the distractions of e-mails and other notifications.
  3. Take actual timed breaks from the dedicated work space to refresh your body and mind (this should include your lunch break).
  4. Schedule time for catching up on e-mails and meetings apart from your work time to ensure aproper structured approach which will ensure you utilize your productive hours on actual focused work and the less productive hours on e-mails and meetings.

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