These last few weeks, you may have felt uneasy about working from home as you practice social distancing (also referred to as physical distancing). After all, working from home every workday was unfamiliar territory for many, and it's easy to fall into bad habits.
If you worked in an office prior to social distancing, you’re probably used to a fairly structured day. There’s a balance between the work you perform, the meetings you attend and the breaks you take. When you apply that same type of structure to working from home, you start to fall into a productive routine.
There will always be hiccups, but if you stick to your schedule, you may find working from home gives you a real sense of accomplishment. Here are some ways you can be productive, even if your family, your pets, or the TV tempt you into distraction.