If you work in an office, then, as a rule, there are no problems with the organization of activities. The bosses set you a rate, check the work done at the end of the day or at the end of the deadline. You arrive at the office at 9, whether you like it or not, and get down to business. At home, you don't have strict checks and schedules. It is very relaxing. As a result, home workers often feel reluctant to get down to business, even though they enjoy their work. How do you fix this?
Start doing business in the morning. The sooner you start work, the more you will be in time. In the morning, the brain is at its peak. Firstly, you have just rested, secondly, you will not have time to overcome fatigue, laziness and unpleasant thoughts, and thirdly, you can be proud of yourself for making your day so productive.
Much has been said about the benefits of morning exercises. It activates the work of the whole organism and improves mood. Activity, cheerfulness and a positive attitude are what you need to be productive in any business.
You can also go jogging with music. Fresh air will charge your brain with oxygen, and your favorite tunes will give you a great mood for the whole day.
Everyone knows that ideas don't come on schedule. It happens that you sit down to work, and in your head there are no thoughts for articles. To prevent this from happening, write down all your ideas in a notebook, on your phone, in a document on your computer as soon as they come to you. If you find a site useful for work, add it to your bookmarks. This way you will always be ready to get started at the right time.
Don't wear pajamas. This way you would rather fall asleep than do something. The same goes for the “sitting on the couch with a laptop” position. It is always important to create a work environment, especially if you have just started working from home.
If you worked every day without breaks and rest, do not be surprised that now you do not want to sit down for, yesterday, your favorite business. Set a daily quota and stick to it, and never do more unless you need to.