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We know that we're not supposed to have devices in the bedroom and that a good posture is easier at a desk. Yet, up to 40% of people who work from home during lockdown have worked from their bed at some point.
The practice may spark creativity and productivity. Samual Johnson, Florence Nightingale and William Wordsworth all worked from bed. Contemporary writers do too. And if you want to work from bed, there are some things to note.
Consider getting washed and dressed before going back to bed to work. A clean and relatively tidy bedroom will be a more pleasant workplace.
A lovely neutral duvet cover works best as patterned linen can be distracting and busy. A throw or rug that you use when you work will help create a boundary.
Working from home means that all the chaos of your home (pets, family members, kids, and kitchen noises) is part of your entire workday.
Self-Discipline, concentration and work ethic are needed to successfully navigate this process.
There are some projects that we aren't able to finish in a day, but luckily for us, there's always a chance to finish it tomorrow.
So whatever task you have left from work, jot it down so you won't forget about it.
Don't you feel happy when you find a book that you love? A good story makes us feel happy to look forward to, and the act of reading helps us to feel peace. Besides, reading helps us to improve knowledge and it is sure a habit that many successful people around the world incorporates in their daily life.
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