How to win WFH

you’re probably feeling trapped in an endless cycle of “wake up, work, eat, sleep, repeat” that will inevitably end in burnout. Don't fall into this trap!

When working from home..


WFH Tips for high achievers

The time we spend on self-care is more important now than ever, so make sure you’re actually taking that time for yourself!

Set your work hours  & stick to them


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This is a difficult practice to stick to, but I promise you’ll come to find it has incredibly helpful benefits to your mindset and productivity.

Set up your space like you would your office


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While this might seem excessive, they’ve managed to keep an already great relationship free of the stress of being around the same person 24/7…and it’s helped a lot!

Establish expectations with those you live with


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At the end of the day, we’re all human, so accepting and embracing distractions will go a long way in reducing the amount of stress you deal with on a daily basis.

Recognize distractions and embrace them


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This will give you ownership of each day, keep you from feeling the monotony of nearly identical days, and ultimately allow you to get more done every day because you have prioritized.

Plan out your days


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What this situation presents that is really exciting, though, is the opportunity to develop new approaches to things that took more time and effort before.

Foster your creativity


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Chat with your roommate as a way to release your mind for a bit, walk around the block and get some fresh air, or even read a few pages of a book you like.

Take time for breaks that we all need


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You need breaks in your work and fresh air in particular. It is incredible what a 15 minute walk around the block or a few minutes standing out on your porch can do.

Get your fresh air!


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Structuring your WFH environment intentionally to avoid weaknesses is a great way to make sure you are working productively and efficiently, and accomplish your goals quicker.

Acknowledge your weaknesses & avoid them


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So much of our social engagement comes in the workplace, so we need to find new ways to bring in the energy we’d be getting in the office.

Make time for socially driven activities


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The trajectory of our days and lives are largely determined by how we feel, mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. When these things are not aligned, we can’t perform at optimal levels.

Take care of you body


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