Working from home isn’t easy. Your family, friends, and neighbors may not take your time seriously. You may look up from your desk in the dining room and think of all the chores you need to do. Separating work from home life takes effort. And making sure you maintain your productivity at home can take a lot of energy and focus. How can you get it all done? It’s not about working more hours, but about your productivity, in the hours you work.

Walk Around During Your Breaks

It might seem counterintuitive to talk about breaks when you’re trying to be more productive, but regular breaks will increase your productivity. Giving your mind (and eyes) a rest from the screen will increase your creativity and focus. Walking during your break is a great way to view new scenery, improve your energy levels and get some fresh air.

Have a Routine

A routine may seem boring, but it can be comforting by giving you structure when things seem out of control. You may still need to adapt at times, but when you know what you should be working on each day, it helps you maintain productivity.

Listen to Music in the Office

Music can fire you up to push through a difficult task. You can use music to black out distractions while you’re trying to focus on a project. Music can set a mood. Use music without lyrics to help you in the office.

Get Enough Sleep

There are many methods to help you be more productive, but if you’re tired and grumpy, you’re just not going to work as hard. Getting enough sleep, good restful sleep, can really improve your productivity. Start the day by eating a healthy breakfast, instead of simply grabbing a cup of coffee.

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