“Luckily, the exercise desk helps me wake up and relieve stress while still getting work done.”
While some people think that working from home means daytime TV, afternoon naps and a general lack of motivation, Aufray says it’s actually quite the opposite if it’s a regular routine.
“Remote work isn’t for everyone but there are many people who are more productive when they work from home,” says Aufray.
“Whether it’s from a coffee shop or from elsewhere, working remotely for up to three days per week will result in more productivity and a clearer mindset.”
“If your work desk is far from the window and there’s no way you can change that, you should at least try to compensate for the lack of sunlight by using a bright lamp,” says John Breese, founder and CEO of HappySleepyHead. Take Naps at Work.
Take a break and a deep breath after completing a task before reviewing your work.
“Let your mind reset prior to reviewing your work. This process is almost like having a second set of eyes reviewing your work. There’s a good chance it alters your perspective and you may find revisions are necessary that would have otherwise been overlooked.”