Where you work matters, it should feel like a separate space mentally
A separate office is ideal, but even if you don’t, just allocate a space you can leave at the end of the day. Mentally, it helps you to disconnect. Close the door, you’re done with work.
Maintain your schedule.
Tying that where to a when can help, too. Working from home can blur the lines between personal and professional. Make sure those boundaries stay up.
Enhance your communication.
Working remotely, you don’t have the luxury of body language or bumping into people in hallways, so communication becomes key. Over-communicate. Write (and speak) much more than what your natural tendency would be. Otherwise things may be missed.
Just a few tips from AppNerd for those hard working employees who continue their jobs from the comfort of their homes