It has become increasingly difficult to maintain a work-life balance, but in this video, I give you my best recommendations for working at home.
💫In today’s video, I want to show you how you can work from home without affecting your quality of life and have a balance between work and home. I’m a pro at working from home and I know all of the tips to be productive at work while maintaining a personal life.
The three pillars of maintaining a balance between private and professional life are to organize, prioritize and discard.
Understanding how you spend your time is the first step to achieving balance in your life. From there, you can decide what is worth your attention and what you can discard. Prepare a dedicated workspace that allows you to separate your home from your work environment.
👩💻You have to respect your own limits. When balancing the time between work and personal life you must know your limits, and what you are willing to sacrifice to have personal stability. You must know your priorities. It is important to know what matters most in your life so you can organize your time according to these essential activities. I advise you to plan your tasks with a calendar or time management software (such as Trello or Asana).
💡Another very important point is that no matter how long you work, there will surely come a time when your body will no longer be able to do so, and you will not be efficient. Having a moment of relaxation will help you perform better in both areas of life. Getting organized is essential, but the most important thing is that you find a way to disconnect.
This point goes hand-in-hand with the previous points. To find a balance between these two aspects it is necessary to know at what moment you must disconnect from working and relax or move on to a different kind of task. I have learned these tips to have and maintain a work-life balance from my many years of experience, and they really work. I hope this video has helped or inspired you to create a better work-life balance when working from home.