This is a guest post by Marissa Perez of Business Pop, a marketing guru with 10 years of experience. She co-created Business Pop to provide insight and advice to those entering business ownership.
If you’re used to going into the office every day, it’s hard to suddenly start working from home.
Chances are, you haven’t had much of an opportunity to set up a home office or even get used to the idea. Whether you’re excited about the opportunity or dread this becoming the new norm, the resources below can help make the transition a little easier.
Learn the Facts
- Working from home: A guide to creating a healthy and productive workspace at home (includes lots of fascinating stats)
Setting Up a Work Space
- How to Successfully Work from Home When You Don’t Have a Home Office
- Small Space? 13 Creative Places to Fit a Home Office
- 20 Genius Tricks for Having a Perfectly Organized Desk
- A Guide to Working From Home by OfficeArrow
Improving Your Work
- 12 Tips for Video Conferencing While You Work from Home
- How to Improve Remote Work Collaboration
- Working Remotely? Try These 35 Tools for Better Communication, Collaboration & Organization
- Top 5 Distractions for Telecommuters to Avoid
- 10 Best Apps for Creative Business Owners
- Investigate Resources to Learn More About Working Remotely
Maintaining a Work-Life Balance
- How to Work From Home Efficiently with Kids
- 6 Tricks for Developing a Work From Home Schedule
- 10 Tips for Eating Healthy When You Work from Home
- 7 Reliable Ways to De-Stress After Work
Working from home always takes some getting used to, even if it’s something you’ve been wanting to try for a long time. By setting up a dedicated workspace and getting into good work habits, it will be easier to maintain a balance between work and your personal life while still getting everything done.