How To Boost Your Productivity When Working from Home

The New Norm: Remote Working


Working from Home

Working from Home

Remote working is the new norm. The number of companies that work with remote workers is increasing fast for various reasons.

Some say it’s because employees are happier with the flexibility it gives, and companies are able to cut costs on office space, electricity, and other resources in a traditional model. According to Owl Labs, 56% of today’s global companies work with remote workers. This could give you an idea of how the work field has made its way onto the digital arena.

During this period of movement control, many had started working online even when they had never done it before. In this situation, they might feel less productive or find it hard to accomplish some tasks. In this guide, we’ll show you some tips that will keep productivity high even when you are working from the comfort of your own home.

Create Your Own Work Routine

Everybody has a work routine at their jobs — you start working at a certain hour, take a break, and keep working until the day ends. In a traditional work setting, people typically work between six to 10 hours a day in the office, but for some reason, that sounds like a lot when you’re at home. This is why having a work schedule is essential. In order to stay productive, you should commit to working the same amount of hours. And that takes us to the next point.

Don’t Forget to Take Breaks!

Breaks are important. If you force your mind to work without rest, it’s going to make you less productive as you’ll get tired more easily. When this happens, you won’t be able to accomplish the tasks you were supposed to. So even though you’re still working, take things easy—go take some fresh air, have a couple of minutes with your family, or eat some snacks. If you don’t take breaks, it’ll only deplete your mental health

Forget about Distractions

This could be very hard when you’re at home. You could get distracted by your phone, your dog, your family, or the TV. That’s why many people try to have a designated space at home that feels comfortable enough to work—a place with no distractions. Besides, it’s essential to have your family’s support. If you let them know what your working schedule is, they could understand that you’re not available for them during the period, but you’ll be happy to spend some time with them on your break or at the end of the day. You can also put away your phone or turn off notifications.

To-Do Lists Are a Great Tool 

Even though you might think this is silly, to-do lists can help you keep track of your tasks and prioritize what’s important. A common habit shared by many productive people is sharing their to-do lists with coworkers to evaluate what should be on the top of the agenda. There are also several apps you can use to streamline the process with your colleagues, such as Slack, Trello, or ClickUp.

Commit Publicly 

This is a very popular motivational technique that allows you to boost your productivity. When you make your commitment publicly, you will feel extra responsible for completing your tasks because you know that others are keeping an eye on your performance.  


To stay productive, you need to create an efficient work routine that suits your lifestyle. Find a space where you feel comfortable, let your family know when you’ll be working, and commit every day to reach your goals. Even if it sounds crazy, some people use particular objects to remind them it is time to work. These could be a specific pair of shoes, a watch, or anything else. This is a brilliant way to trick and train your mind to stay focused. 

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  1. Avatar of Sofi Pstison
    Sofi Pstison says

    I do agree with you. At this hard pandemic time, we all have to stay at home. This becomes much harder to be productive and effective al the time. If you need any writing help for your journal, you can ask . They will handle any issues.

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