Setting Up Your Home Office

Schedule your household chores so they don’t interfere with your work schedule.

When you work from home make sure you don’t get drawn in to doing all the household chores when you should be working. Now I’m not saying leave a pile of dirty dishes in the sink, or damp washing in the machine but fit it in around your working day.

Going to put the kettle on for a cup of tea? While it’s boiling do the dishes. Stopping for lunch? While it’s on the cooker or in the microwave, hand out the laundry.

If you start each working day running through the chores before you start work, it’s very easy to become sidetracked and not get any work done before lunchtime!

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One Response to Setting Up Your Home Office

  1. The Office Escape says:

    I agree with you. It is good that you should schedule your household chores so that you can focus in your work especially when dealing with your clients. This is a good idea and this is great. Thank you so much.

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