Working from home was a major adjustment for many of us, and even though we've become real work-from-home pros in the past months, slumps are bound to happen. Sometimes it can feel like we didn't get anything done all day—or perhaps all week! Not only is this not great for our work output, but it's also disheartening. Feeling unproductive can be a real emotional strain, not to mention that it can make you feel as if you need to work longer hours in order to make up for "lost time"—thus further blurring the lines between work and life.
The folks over at Headway Capital cooked up an infographic with awesome advice on how to stay productive in your home office, from tech tips to wellness pointers. Staying on top of everything when working from home can be a challenge, so check out the advice below to see how you can optimize your working hours in the face of distractions, loneliness, and anything else the work-from-home life can throw your way.
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If so, you're not alone. I've done this countless times.
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