It's not the strongest or the smartest who survive, but those willing to adapt.
The past few weeks with the COVID-19 pandemic have been stressful in nearly every area of our lives - work, home, physical health, and mental health. Social distancing may make you feel isolated. You may feel less productive when working from home. You may be worried about your own health, or those of your loved ones.
Today, I'll share some tips on adapting your day-to-day work style from the office to working from home. I'll guide you through how to create a routine, how to avoid distractions, and provide an overview of useful communication tools to keep you connected and productive.
With the major changes occurring in every part of life during the COVID-19 pandemic, most if not all of us have transitioned to working remotely (or working from home, #WFH).
I've put all my productivity posts, especially those focused on working from home, here in a single post for your convenience.
Avoid distractions when working from home
Finding your groove
3 best (free) e-books for productivity
Re-evaluating your priorities
3 tips to optimize your evenings for productivity
Setting SMART goals
Scheduling time and making space
Keep the momentum going
Creating your study space
What do you find most helpful when adapting to new situations?
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