Working from home has a lot of advantages: no dress code, no in-person monitoring, no commuting time, and the flexibility to work wherever you want. Working remotely, on the other hand, might come with its own set of difficulties.

Here are 6 little known ways to beat your anxiety issues while working remotely like a boss…

Stick To A Routine

Creating a routine can help you manage your time and focus better on your work, whether you choose your own schedule or have specified hours that you must work. Follow this simple routine:

  • Create a morning ritual that includes taking a walk before you start working, stretching for a few minutes, and/or having a cup of coffee or tea.
  • Setting an alarm for the morningat the same time every day can help you prepare for the day ahead. Depending on how much time you need to warm up in the morning, you may choose to wake up at a different time.
  • Having lunch at the same time every day can provide you with a much-needed break and allow you to recharge before returning to work. Make sure you unplug completely during your lunch break so you can enjoy it.
  • Take some time to move around your house, going outside for a quick walk, or stretching during your breaks.
  • Spend some time outside if the weather permits, try to get outside and breathe some fresh air. This can help you re-energize. While you’re outside, you might want to try a breathing exercise.
  • If you have the ability to decide which projects or tasks to complete, consider doing the most difficult ones first to reduce potentially feeling overwhelmed later on in the day.
  • Make use of technology if you want a little extra boost when it comes to time tracking and organization. Consider using time management apps.

Setup A Workspace

Even if it’s tempting to work from bed, strive to set up a distinct workplace where you can focus entirely on your work. Even if you’re only using a small portion of your home for business, setting defined work and home boundaries might assist you mentally transition from home to work. It may also assist you in leaving your work “at the office” at the end of the day.

Avoid Any Distractions

When you’re ready to start working, make sure your phone is turned off and all non-work-related computer notifications are turned off. You might also explore listening to soothing music or using noise-cancelling headphones while working, if it’s safe to do so in your situation.

Phone A Friend

If you’re working from home and feel lonely, it’s critical to make an effort to connect with like-minded people. Set a regular time to video chat or call each other, and put it in your calendar as a reminder, because everyone’s schedules are different. You can also form a group chat to communicate with one another throughout the week.

Learn To Say No, Albeit Politely

During your working hours, you may be bombarded with requests that are unrelated to your job. Saying no to others and prioritising your needs over theirs can be quite tough for some people. It’s absolutely OK to decline someone else’s request if it interferes with your capacity to complete your work. Setting suitable boundaries can help you avoid taking on too much while also giving you the freedom to choose what you want to do with your free time.

Catch Your 40 Winks

Sleep quality has a direct impact on your general well-being, including your capacity to work efficiently from home. Using screens late at night, despite how enticing it may be, can disrupt your sleep habits and make it harder to fall asleep. Make sleep hygiene a priority and prioritise unwinding at night.

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