Get up at least 30 minutes before your first call. We’ve all rolled out of bed with 5 minutes to go but the extra sleep is never worth the stress of connecting on time.
Get out of the house (if possible) on your lunch break or right after work. It’s easy to just chill out at home but a little headspace and physical distance from your desk makes it easier to think.
Drink a big glass of water.
Add your meetings and deadlines to your to-do list first thing each day.
Do not check social media before you start work. Or during work. It’s just never worth it.
Move for at least 5 minutes every hour. Not to sound like your smart watch, but sitting in the same position for too long is not great for you, but stretching is!
Chat to a co-worker about non-work stuff for at least twice a week. You were friends in the office, not just co-workers so keep that up!
Drink another big glass of water.
Add your passwords to Dropbox Passwords, and keep it up to date. Getting locked out of accounts is so 2020.
Listen to different podcasts, either while you work or on your breaks. It’s not exactly the same the chatter of office conversations but variety never hurts.
Get your family set up on Dropbox Family so you can have peace of mind about your family’s files, and you already know how it all works. Learn more about it .
Seriously, even more water.
Re: Working from home: Appreciate this extra time with the kids and family; time flies and it won't to long till they move out; enjoy the little things; have meals together; play games; get outside more; treasure the moments together!
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Love the list and the humor ("Getting locked out of accounts is so 2020." 😂)
I totally agree that moving and stretching and drinking water are key.
If I ever feel that I'm getting tired I get up for a break to let in some fresh air and stretch a little bit. If that won't help I'll resort to washing my face with cold water. That should do the job😉
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