Although a growing number of workplaces are putting plans in place to get us back to the office, many of us will carry on working from home for the foreseeable future – and after months of working remotely, it’s inevitable that a summer slump is on the way to drain motivation and productivity.
The key to beating work from home fatigue is to face it head on. Here’s how…
The gyms and swimming pools are all closed because of the coronavirus lockdown, and while we can still get our for a daily run or a walk, that’s scant consolation for anyone who is used to going to the gym every week.
Thankfully, all is not lost and there is a whole range of exercises you can do at home, with or without any specialist equipment. But when is the best time to exercise? And should you do it all in one go or split your routine throughout the day?
The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lock down means more and more of us will be working from home for the foreseeable future – but does this mean you need to take out additional business insurance? Or will your current home insurance policy cover you for everything you need?
The coronavirus crisis has seen all schools across the UK close indefinitely, with most accepting that the kids won’t be back in school before the start of the traditional summer holidays in July.
This means that, in addition to having to work from home, those of use with kids will now have to consider them during our daily routine – although everyone will have work to do, everyone being stuck in the house hardly makes for conditions that are conducive to productivity.
Here are five top tips help you successfully work from home with kids in the house.
If you work from home you most likely have the relative luxury to go about your business wearing whatever you feel comfortable in – no need for a suit and tie if you’re not in the mood, no need to even get dressed if you don’t feel like it.
As appealing as answering business calls in the buff may sound though, it’s not ideal for productivity – clothes that negatively effect your social standing or self esteem will have the same effect on your productivity.
While you may feel comfy slouching around in your pyjamas, you’ll not be taking care of business to the best of your ability.
So what should your work from home wardrobe look like?
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