How to Work Effectively at Home


More recently, there have been disputes about whether it is possible to work on the Internet, and now almost the entire business has switched to remote work. For most people who are used to being in the office, it is very difficult to rebuild their usual days at home.

Today we want to share secrets on how to effectively organize the workflow at home and create new habits like taking care of terrariums or feeding squirrels so that working from home is easy and enjoyable.

There are huge benefits to working from home:

  • No need to waste time and money on transport to the office;
  • You can do your tasks at any time of the day, in accordance with your biorhythms;
  • More time to spend with children and family;
  • There is an opportunity to do your hobby and everything that your hands have not reached for a long time.


One of the major distractions is social media. Unfortunately, few people in the modern world can completely refuse them, because our life is closely connected with the Internet. Of course, everyone wants to communicate more with family and friends, in which social networks help us. However, often we just watch useless entertainment content and just give a good profit to bloggers.

Of course, this is a happy time for content makers now, because people today can watch even long videos due to being at home all the time. Video bloggers don’t even need to buy YouTube views anymore to get high statistics on the channel, because users spend all their free time watching videos and set playback in the background while working.

Unfortunately, if you do this, then your efficiency will tend to zero. It is impossible to concentrate in the conditions of noise around. This leads to a large number of errors and even mass layoffs.

If you are a blogger, then everything is more than fine for you. For a while, you don’t have to worry about getting a little feedback because the viewers are at home waiting for new content from you. Next time you will have to buy views on YouTube only when the world forgets about the pandemic and leaves the house again.

Home Workplace

To work effectively, you must have a workplace equipped with everything you need: a desk, a comfortable chair or office chair, good high-speed Internet, office equipment, a diary, organizers, pens, a table lamp, a wastebasket, everything you need for work.

Never be in home clothes, be sure to change clothes, so you give your brain a signal that it’s time to get to work. For many people, morning coffee is a wake-up call and a favorite ritual.

Daily Schedule

In the minds of most people, remote workers work at night and then sleep until noon. This is indeed the case for those who work with clients from other time zones.

But in fact, there is nothing good in this mode of the day. When we change from day to night, we begin to feel tired, overworked, apathetic and, accordingly, productivity decreases.

Find your perfect time. As in the office, from 9 to 18 with a lunch break, you are unlikely to be able to work, and this is not efficient and unrealistic at home.

Take breaks, because if you sit at the table all day, you lose concentration and the effectiveness of such work is not great. Many people use the Pomodoro method, a 5-minute pause after 25 minutes of work, or a half-hour break after an hour and a half of work.

It is important not to overwork when working remotely, as the boundary between home and work is blurred. Therefore, make sure not to go beyond working hours and switch to other things.


Plan things the day before and distribute them according to their urgency and importance. Better you need to write a task plan for the next day in the evening. Large tasks should be broken down into smaller ones to make them easier to complete.

The main thing is not to write yourself a plan of 50 points that is unrealistic to fulfill, but your conscience will torment you that you planned the work and did not do it.

The best option is to make a list of 5 important things and a few small ones and cross them off as you complete them. When you visually see that your list of tasks is decreasing, it is very motivating.

Physical Activity

In conditions of limited space, our physical activity is reduced. And if you sit in one position on a chair for a long time and work, your back and neck begin to hurt, osteochondrosis worsens and many other problems appear that you didn’t even know about. To avoid this, you need to do exercises, do yoga, run, walk, find a good massage therapist and go for massages regularly, do everything to prevent your muscles from stagnating.

Remember that 20% of efforts give 80% of the result and think about how to make your work even more effective.

Sandy Jensen
Sandy Jensen, a celebrated writer in the home and garden niche, boasts over 12 years of hands-on experience. Her educational background includes a Bachelor’s in Landscape Architecture from Cornell University. Before joining our team in 2016, she worked as a landscape designer, combining her love for nature and design. Sandy's expertise shines through her articles, offering readers practical and aesthetically pleasing gardening tips. Off the clock, she enjoys hiking and nature photography, further nurturing her connection with the outdoors.

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