A vast majority of workers across Cleveland have made the switch to remote work as they shelter in place. You might have already set up a small work zone to take on the occasional email from the office but now that work zone is your office. That will require some adjustments but you’ll be able to achieve a lot of productivity working from home. These tips can help with that goal:
Take Regular Computer Breaks
You might not notice it, but at your office you probably take a lot of breaks. These come from the occasional phone call or visit from a coworker. At home, you won’t have as many interruptions. That is good for the work but you should still factor in those regular breaks even if it means simply standing up from your computer every 25 minutes for a good stretch.
Schedule at One Call/Meeting Per Day
When you’re hunkered down at home, you can lose track of time when working. You can also start to feel isolated. That is why you want to try to set up at least one call or video meeting a day. Even if there are no work issues to deal with, it is important to stay connected with your coworkers. That will help you all to avoid those feelings of isolation.
Set Your Priorities
As you start each work day, you need to set your priorities for the day just as you would at the office. In fact, you can finish your remote work day by planning out the next day. That way you can jump in in the morning for a good start of the day.
Keep Up With Housework
Working from home lets you be a lot more “casual” but you don’t want to drop everything when it comes to keeping up with the housework. This might actually be the best time to tackle those big organization and decluttering projects on the weekend. The more clutter you can get rid of, the better your living and remote work environment will be. If you create a big pile of unwanted items, then you can always count on Junk King Cleveland to help clear them out. We’ve established new pick up procedures to make sure we can continue to serve our customers and keep everyone safe. Junk King Cleveland wants to help keep your home clutter free.