1. Work in short bursts
An average day at the office would be broken up with meetings, team catch ups and coffee breaks, but when you’re working from home it can be very easy to become glued to your screen for the whole day. To combat this, create a structure for yourself by dividing the day into chunks of working time, followed by a short break. This should help create some structure and help maintain your concentration levels.
2. Eat healthy meals and snacks
We know how tempting it is working so close to your fridge. However, research has shown that eating fruit and vegetables has a direct link on overall productivity levels, so by making sure your snacks are healthy ones, you’ll find working from home much less of a struggle – win win!