Working and Studying from Home Best Tips
Studying or working at home has its perks: it’s a comfortable environment with no commute time. However, there are a few reasons it can be difficult as well; with so many distractions, it’s easy to procrastinate—when you do start, it’s easy to get off track.
Here are 3 ways to help you stay focused and get more done when studying or working from home.
1. Create A Timetable
Creating a timetable helps organize your time, schedules your breaks, and is especially useful when you have multiple projects at once. Write your schedule down so you can remember it and refer to it often. Set reasonable limits for how much time you spend studying each day, and break your study session up into manageable chunks of time.
2. Work At The Right Time
Every person has his or her own daily highs and lows. Some people are night owls while some people prefer the morning. Take advantage of the time of the day you feel most productive.
3. Have A Designated Work Space
Whether it’s the kitchen table or the desk in your office, create an area to study that is a designated work zone. Most importantly, keep your work space clean and organized so you can put more time into work (and less trying to find a pen that works).