Work-From-Home Hacks: 500+ Easy Ways to Get Organized, Stay Productive, and Maintain a Work-Life Balance While Working from Home!
Aja Frost (Author)
Pre-Order Ships Dec 29, 2020
DescriptionBe as productive as possible at work while never leaving your home with these 500 easy-to-follow hacks that will instantly improve your work-from-home experience. As many have discovered during the Covid-19 pandemic, working from home certainly has its perks. From the easy (non)commute to your computer to the extra time you can spend with your family and pets to the benefits of customizing your environment to your own personal needs, many are continuing to enjoy the work-from-home lifestyle. But it also comes with its challenges. How do you avoid distractions around your home? How can you remain as productive as you are in the office? That's where Work-from-Home Hacks comes in to help! With over 500 quick and easy solutions you can implement in your daily life, you'll find yourself staying more productive, organized, and happier than ever. You'll learn useful tips like:
-Create a designated workspace at home
-Figure out what background noise works best for you
-Use a different internet browser for work
-Change your clothes before you start work
-And so much more! So whether you're adjusting to a new, permanent work-from-home schedule, are looking to make some changes to a long-standing remote work routine, or just need some advice for the occasional WFH days, this book is here to help you stay as productive as possible so you can maintain a healthy work/life balance and make the most of your days outside of the office!
Adams Media Corporation
December 29, 2020
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About the Author
Aja Frost, Head of Content SEO at Hubspot, is a writer, marketer, and speaker. She has written about remote work, productivity, and professional development for Fast Company, The Muse, Business Insider, Entrepreneur, Tech Crunch, and other leading outlets. You can find more of her work on her personal website, AjaFrost.com, or follow her on Twitter @Ajavuu.