4 Tips to Live and Work From Home During COVID- 19

Tough times call for tough measures, and the whole world is focused on flattening the curve. During the coronavirus pandemic, social distancing is necessary to stay safe, so you are advised to work from home. While this may seem easy, in reality, it may affect you mentally, physically, and emotionally.

Here are a few tips for working from home in the COVID- 19 crisis:

Create Your Workspace

If you find yourself uninspired or unmotivated to work, create a specific workspace within your home. Select the place that has a good internet connection, enough sunlight, and a comfortable desk. Also, make sure the place won’t distract you from work.

Create a Schedule

Working from home during COVID- 19 can be difficult if you do not organize your tasks properly. Create a schedule for your work and personal chores. This will allow you to complete your professional and personal tasks efficiently on time. With this, you can spend some quality time with your family while being efficient with your tasks.

Stay in Touch

Living at home during the COVID- 19 crisis can make you lonely. Make sure to stay connected with your friends and family through video calls. Make it fun by scheduling virtual dinners or drinks and playing games. Even with colleagues, a virtual coffee break between your work can keep your loneliness at bay!

Get Some Fresh Air

If you’re feeling overwhelmed, spend some time in your garden or patio to get some fresh air and sunlight. This will soothe your mind and relax your body.

Follow these tips when living at home during COVID- 19 and stay safe and efficient. For all your insurance needs, contact the experts at The Reardon Agency. We are working remotely to help you with all your insurance concerns during this pandemic situation.

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