29 July, 2021
How to stay healthy and productive when working from home

How to stay healthy and productive when working from home

 

The recent global events have affected countless lives. One of the many consequences of the current health crisis is that a large part of our country’s workforce is now doing business offsite.

Many people will find that adjustments to working from home can be disorienting, distracting and isolating. As with any transition, there are advantages and disadvantages. There are also positive and negative ways to deal with these changes.

So, how can we make full use of the new working environment? Here are some practical suggestions, including useful tips on how to use some of BrainMD’s staff to navigate work from home life:

8 tips for working from home effectively

Establish daily routine

Here are some useful tips from our digital marketing expert Jenessa B. These skills will help you establish daily work processes to improve your work efficiency when working from home:

  • Get up early, do exercise/walk, drink tea, wear normal clothes
  • Start working in your dedicated work area (in a quiet area of ​​the house)
  • Use the timer on your phone or computer to remind you of meetings and complete tasks
  • Play your favorite music, the sounds of nature, or just enjoy the silence
  • Drink plenty of water at work to avoid snacking
  • Keep in touch with other members of the team every day
  • Use the “Do Not Disturb” feature on your phone to eliminate interference
  • Finish work at normal hours and then go to the next morning; don’t let work interfere with home/relax time at night

Take the dog for a walk while working from homeMorning inspiration

There are many early birds in the world, and maybe the same number of people do not have the same idea before noon (or at least until coffee). Either way, if you need some inspiration before facing today’s challenges, then we can meet your needs…

“Watch this video every day before starting work.”-Corey L, Director of Operations

(Warning, this may require a tissue box.)

Rest awhile

If you have been up and stretching your legs for a while, please take a rest. Although this sounds like an intuitive time management strategy, research shows that taking a break can actually improve concentration and efficiency. If you focus on a particular task for too long, your cognitive control system may start to fail. By shifting your attention to other things in a short period of time, you can refocus on the original task.

“Take a break in between, and use this time to read, meditate, do housework and do housework.”-Christian M, Product Manager

Stay active

Exercise at homeDepending on how many rooms you have in an office or cubicle, exercising at work can be a challenge. The good news is that these restrictions shouldn’t be an issue when working from home. Here are some home fitness tips from our digital marketing manager Brian J: “Take time to exercise. I have dumbbells by my desk and do some curls between work. Then, I’m at lunch or at the end of the day After that, do a complete workout. I also run every day.”

Dress for success

Some people suggest that those who are looking for work should get up in the morning and dress in the same way as when they have a job. People who work from home should follow the same principle. Whether you are working on-site or off-site, you should always dress to succeed.

Put on clothes that make you feel productive and avoid sweating or pajamas. And try to model your behavior based on your situation in the office. “-Adam S, Marketing Assistant

Personal hygiene

Well, let’s discuss the subtle issues of personal hygiene. Working from home may make it easier for you to work in this department, especially if you don’t need to participate in meetings through video conferencing applications such as Zoom or Skype.

Email marketing manager Grady B provided the following important reminder on this topic: “Yes, no one wants to criticize the overall appearance of working from home, but personal hygiene is still important. Poor personal hygiene can cause some slight disturbances. Disgusting side effects, such as body odor and oily skin. Being satisfied with your appearance can help improve overall mood and self-confidence.”

Aseptic workplace

It is vital to treat the home office like a business office. This means cleaning the desk frequently and removing trash to avoid dust or accumulation.

Since any items currently entering the home may affect your health and livelihood, it is particularly important to properly clean the entire house. Kenn O, one of our graphic designers, shared this video on how to safely bring groceries into your house.

Simplify your lunch time

If you usually bring lunch to work, develop this habit (otherwise, this is a good idea). Preparing lunch the night before will prevent you from wasting some time in preparation. If you need to make business calls, schedule appointments, pay bills, or just want to take a good book with you during your lunch break, this will be a valuable time-saving method. Or, instead of eating lunch one day at a time, cook on the weekend to prepare lunch for the entire week.

Hope these skills will help make your work at home more efficient and fun. At BrainMD, we sincerely hope that you and your family will continue to be safe and healthy.

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