Look for ways to help the people around you . You might bring groceries to someone at risk (older adults or adults with health conditions) or help someone set up a home office.
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If you’re unable to continue your work from home, find ways to earn extra income during the time off. Freelance websites can help you look for temporary work online.
A word to the wise—if any opportunity asks you to pay first, it is probably not a good option.
Card games and board games will help relieve that boredom and help you enjoy the extra time you have with your family. It might not seem like much, but it will help you all become closer!
While now is not the time to travel, it’s a great time to start planning.
If you’re looking for things to do when you’re bored at home, it’s the perfect time to soak in some of the information the internet has to offer.
Mail off cards and letters to family and friends to brighten their days at home. Getting mail is a quick way to make anyone’s day better.
Research plants that do well in your area, find the perfect spot in your yard, and prepare the area.
Admit it—there’s some unnecessary clutter on your computer or phone. Organize those emails or files, delete unnecessary apps, and make it easy to find what you need when you need it.
Staying in the house can quickly start to feel repetitive or mundane. When you find productive things to do at home and you’re purposeful with your time, you’ll be surprised at what you can accomplish!
While you’re stuck at home, reading can transport you to another world filled with adventure
Environmental associations are cues from your working environment that tell your brain "I'm in the office, so it must be time to work." Most of them are assimilated subconsciously (for example, your office space, the draft you always feel coming from the air duct next to your desk, and the view as you look out your office building's window.)
But when you work from home many of these associations are gone and your brain receives a confusing mix of "work time" and "relax time" cues.
Productive people are too busy actually doing stuff to waste time worrying about if other people think they’re cool or not.Productive people are the ones doing, changing, moving and shaking the world in ways that will change the definition of cool. Let go of your concern for the opinion of your group, your peers, your buddies, your trendsetters.
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