You work at home, right? It’s a great experience, mostly because you can work in your loungewear and start whenever you want. But it’s not all sunshine and picnics. If you know what you’re doing, you’ll know that you don’t always get more done when you don’t have to go to the office. It’s clear that not getting things done is a problem. With that in mind, here are five tips that will help you get better.



Get Off On The Right Track


A nice mug of coffee and working in your pajamas is a great idea, but it doesn’t work. From the start, this way of thinking shows that you don’t take your responsibilities as seriously as you should. Because of this, you will probably do less work, and it may not be as good. The trick is to act like you are in the office when you work from home. That means putting on a nice outfit, getting up at the same time every day, and not binge-watching Netflix during lunch. Whether you are doing Commodities Trading, working for a business, or doing other self-employed work make sure you start the day off right. 

Stay Comfy

When you work from home, it’s just as important to be comfortable as it is when you’re at the office. If you start to feel less at ease, you will start to put things off. Be honest with yourself,   have you previously spent thirty minutes rearranging the pillows underneath your back? Finding the right balance is the most important thing. Your level of comfort should be high, but you should also act formally. A great example is a proper office chair that suits your posture needs. Office chairs are kind of formal and pretty comfy. Make sure it has good support for your back for the best results.

Build Your Working Space

This is a very important tip if you have a workstation. So many people waste time looking for papers or information they should already have on hand. It only takes a few minutes to start gathering all of your tools. Whether it’s a piece of paper or a program on your computer, it will save you a lot of time.

Try To Reduce Background Noise

Even though you are at home, that doesn’t mean you have to turn on the TV. If you have the TV on, you will almost certainly not work as hard. Why? Because you will have one eye on the TV and not do your work, whether you are aware of it or not. Anything that takes your attention away from your work needs to go.

Understand What Works Best

Lastly, you need to know what makes you do your best work. Some people like to listen to music, while others would rather have no sound at all. Some people even like to be around other people to make it feel like an office. Make sure that whatever makes you happy is front and center at your workstation.


If you’ve had trouble working from home before, you shouldn’t have any more problems now.

Yvonne Dam

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