Saturday, November 22, 2014

5 tips on keeping up motivation working from home

#1 What to do When You Lose Your Mojo
When you’re stuck and just can’t seem to get back into the groove, Jen Hofmann at Inspired Home Office suggests you shut down those mean self talk critics in your head and take a dive into your wise self for some healing and helpful advice. It’s easy to fall into the procrastination trap when you’re feeling off kilter and Hofmann says that sometimes this is good and will help you relax and get the negative self talk to turn off for a while. She explains that when you get back to your wise self you can take a breath and relax and then move forward. Read the full article here.

#2 Getting Work Done At Home, Even During the Holidays
Lisa at brings us this great article by Angelo DIGangi on how to help yourself stay focused on work even during the holidays. From making sure you set aside a specific time to do your work, to ensuring your have a particular space to do your work, Angelo gives us tips and tricks to avoid distractions and be more productive during our working hours. We all know that working from home can have its own  set of difficulties and this article will help you avoid those precarious pitfalls and still make time to enjoy the holiday season with your family. Read the fullarticle here.

#3 35 Habits to Help Entrepreneurs Stay Productive
Working from home and being an entrepreneur can be challenging to say the least and that’s why Lisa over at has given us this handy info graphic to help us with some time and brain saving tips to make our work more productive. Whether it’s making decisions to only answer those emails you really have to, or having your meals delivered so you can save time on that, this info graphic will give you so many ideas to help save time and energy that even if you only incorporate a few of these habits, you’ll be able to increase your productivity dramatically. Read the full article here.

#4 All Dressed Up: The Write Office
In this article, Lisa at, gives us an inside look into the office of humorist and columnist, Michelle Newman. With photographs and lots of detailed info, Lisa gives us an insider’s view on the space that helps Michelle make the magic happen. For writers it’s important to have a space that speaks not only to their productivity but also to their creativity and this home office definitely has all the perks for both sides of the brain. Read the full articlehere.

#5 You CAN Share a Home Office Without Plotting a Murder
With more couples working together from home, the use of office space and office equipment can become a source of strife if you’re not careful. Fortunately, Lisa at, has some great ideas on how to manage your space and your time and most importantly your temper, when your working space is also your living space and your spouse is also your partner. From simple tips like making sure you both have your own computer and space to work in, even if it’s in the same room, to taking your calls in another area, to making compromises on the temperature, following her simple tips will help you both be productive and still like each other at the end of the day. Read the full article here.
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