Many remote workers and professionals who work from home will tell you that it’s absolutely crucial to have a designated area, whether a corner of a living room or a guest-room-turned-office to be your home office.
Fight boredom and loneliness by frequent communication with other employees. Reach out to them through video chat via apps like Zoom and Slack.
It can be so easy to get distracted as a telecommuter that you avoid breaks altogether. Don't let the guilt of working in the building you sleep in prevent you from taking five minutes to relax.
A tidy workspace helps keep a tidy mind, which helps make your day more productive.
Turn off IM and email notifications too. In fact, if possible, shut off the Internet.
It’s impossible to stay productive with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and Reddit notifications going off on your smartphone every few minutes.
Food is fuel for the body and brain, and its quality largely affects your ability to stay productive.
Your time is the most valuable resource you have, which is why you should learn how to use it as efficiently as possible.