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After the year that was 2020 and so many of the world’s workforce was placed at home, home offices were in everyone’s home and productivity needs to be boosted while we are in the comfort of our house. Wireless mouses and keyboards are great additions in your home office to make typing documents, emails, and scrolling through policies easier than hunching over the top of a laptop. Laptop and iPad stands are great additions to home offices as well as frees up desk space while still having your devices close at hand.
The best way to start being productive is to have designated places for work and other places for rest. Working predominantly from your bed isn’t smart as that is where you relax and sleep, but building a desk and an office space will help you distinguish work from play. Taking breaks when you start to feel yourself procrastinate rather than sitting and scrolling on your phone will also make you feel more productive while sitting at the desk doing work. With features on smartphones to block and restrict apps to work between certain hours or lock the apps when you have been on them for a certain amount of time. Doing things like this and also maintaining a routine will help you stay productive at home.
Setting goals with how much work you want to achieve in a particular time frame will help you measure your productivity at home while working. Keeping a checklist of what needs to be done within a day or a week’s period and being able to check them off constantly will be a helpful tool in keeping your productivity high.