Are you wondering how to increase productivity at work? Do you want to be productive so you can do more to scale your blogging business? Are you running a freelance writing business but struggling to keep up with clients deadline because of being unproductive? This article is right for you.

As a blogger or freelance writer working from home, you are aware that increasing productivity is the way to success. However, it is not always easy to be productive and accomplish more.

There are lots of things to do, and you strive to accomplish each one of them while maintaining your balance as a work from home blogger and freelance writer. You have to produce blog content for your blog, write guest posts for other blogs, respond to comments, write for your clients, post to social media,  schedule content for posting, etc.

You need to accomplish these tasks to set yourself up as an authority blogger and build a successful blogging business or freelance writing business while working from home. Thus, how can you increase productivity to grow your small business blog while working from home?

In this article, you will discover simple yet effective steps that will help you to be productive and accomplish more from your blogging business.

1: Dress-Up Early Like You’re Going Out to Work to Enhance Productivity

The first step to increasing productivity is to develop the habit of waking up early each morning as if you’re leaving the house for work. It is easier for you to wake up at whatever time of day and roll around in your pajamas, grab your laptop, and start working.

I used to be like that until a friend came by and advice me otherwise. The result, I find it very exciting and appealing, which lead me to increase productivity working from home. On the other hand, you’ll become unproductive if you’re not in the habit of waking up early.

The reason is that you’re more or less telling yourself that you’re not into some serious business. However, when you get dressed for work early every morning, your brain receives a signal that you’re into serious business. That mindset will help you to boost productivity.

The first step to increasing productivity is to develop the habit of waking up early each morning and dress-up as if you're leaving the house for work. Click To Tweet

2: Increase Productivity With a Home Office Space

Do you need office space while working from home? Yes, you do; we all do!

You need to create an office to help you concentrate on what matters most. With an office in the comfort of your home, you otherwise won’t wonder about or be distracted. Instead, you would be able to maintain focus and concentrate on more important things – creating content for your blog and freelance writing clients.

increase productivity with a home office

Moreover, working from a home office will make you feel like you’re working from an office outside of the house. Nonetheless, I read about bloggers who are working in their pajamas on the bed, from the living room couch, etc.

This concept is not ideal if you want to be productive and prove yourself as an expert blogger or freelance writer. Why? It is because you have a TV and other devices that cause distractions, including kids playing around the house.

These distractions will only make you unproductive. Hence, your home office is your personal space,  not a place for kids to play around. It is your creative spot. It is where you develop your ideas and put your thoughts together. From there, you make them come alive as helpful content for your blog readers and freelance writing clients.

In fact, if you make good use of your ideas and create epic blog posts, it will enable you to land high-paying freelance writing gigs. In consequence, take time to set up a functional office in a distraction-free area in your home. Remove all clusters–everything not needed. Make your home office the best working environment ever.

Invest in office items such as furniture and get a comfortable desk and office chair. Also, identify other components of a functioning office you might need, including a sound system to suit the atmosphere.

3: Exercise Regularly to Increase Productivity

You need nobody to tell you about the fantastic benefits of regular exercise. Your job as a blogger or freelance writer working from home requires you to sit or stay in a fixed position for long periods. It can cause stiffness and some aches that make you feel unpleasant.

However, the stiffness and aches might increase the longer dramatically you remain in that position to do your job. But with frequent exercises, you can eliminate all the discomfort. In view of this, try to set a reasonable time for a regular workout.

For example, I do my exercise (strength exercise) in the early hours of the morning. Then during breaks, I do little stretches for my arms, neck, legs, etc. And the results have been fantastic. No wonder my friend Ryan Biddulph of Blogging From Paradise always encourages his readers to exercise often and meditate

Hence, the study shows that regular exercise enhances blood flow to the brain and helps you keep up a healthy mind and memory. It doesn’t matter what type of activity you choose to do–whether aerobic, strength, balance, or flexibility exercise.

What matters is that you get involved in a regular physical activity that will help to boost brain function and protect your memory and thinking ability. This activity will surely help you increase productivity.

Your job as a blogger or freelancer working from home requires you to stay in a fixed position for long periods. It can cause stiffness and aches that make you feel unpleasant. Click To Tweet

4: Take Frequent Breaks to Increase Productivity

Earlier I stated that I do some little stretches during breaks. 

So I ask you:

  • Do you take breaks?
  • Are the times when you stop working and rest up a bit or walk around for some fresh air?

Taking frequent breaks is a remarkable way to re-energize yourself and come back with full focus. It will assist you in achieving your goal to be productive.  Nonetheless, trying to over-work yourself to complete your task in one sitting will only cause you harm–burn out!

As a result, frequent breaks at intervals will enable you to have a focused mind, clear thinking, more energy, and accomplish more. It will aid you to tackle more of the task at hand with less stress.

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5: Boost Productivity by Avoiding Distractions

Distraction is the common cause of nonproductivity among bloggers and freelance writers working from home. It makes several bloggers become unproductive. And the truth is that distractions are so prevalent you sometimes don’t even realize that you’re being distracted.

Some common causes of distraction are:

  • Social media
  • Emails
  • Mobile devices
  • Kids
  • Television
  • The location where you are working from
  • etc.

Let’s talk a little about the first two.

Study shows that regular exercise enhances blood flow to the brain and helps you keep up a healthy mind and memory. Click To Tweet

Social media

Please, don’t get me wrong when I say social media is a distraction. Social media is a terrific place to promote your content, connect with your target market, interact with your audience, drive traffic, generate leads, convert followers to buyers, and grow your small business blog or freelance writing business.

However, social media can be a distraction if not used properly. How? Let’s say you’re writing an article while your social media notifications are on, and the alerts keep coming. What do you think might be going on in your mind as the signals continue to notify you of new interactions on your accounts?

At this point, you might be tempted to have a look at one or two notifications. And once you decide to check out the alerts, you’re done–distracted because you might end up spending an hour or two going through other notifications.

And before you know it, you have spent 24 hours doing nothing worthwhile. Consequently, the best thing to do before you get to work is to turn off all notifications.


Similarly, as social media enables you to connect with your buyer persona, email marketing can help you reach out to your audience and promote your content. 

Nevertheless, when it comes to increasing productivity, emails can be a hindrance to your productiveness. Therefore, it is advisable to turn off email notifications while working. However, if you must check your emails, do it before or after you’ve finish writing.

You might as well consider hiring a virtual assistant (VA) to take care of your emails and social media activities. Also, you might want to unsubscribe from unnecessary services.

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6: Create a Content Creation Plan to Increase Productivity

Research by the Content Marketing Institute revealed that the challenge for 47℅ of marketers is to create blog content consistently. For this reason, over 50% of respondents say they outsource content creation to qualified freelance writers.

content creation to increase productivity

Source: ExpressWriters

It is no surprise because I have come across many blogs that are inconsistent with content production. But with a content plan that fits your routine, you will be able to overcome the challenge, increase productivity, and accomplish more task.

Moreso, you have to be realistic. If you cannot publish one blog post every day, you can set a plan to create and publish three articles each week. Still, if you cannot three posts weekly, then, you can create a content plan that helps you create at least one or two blogs per week.

The idea is to help you develop a content creation plan that is attainable and fits your lifestyle.  Remember, after creating and publishing content, you will have to respond to comments on your blog about the article. You can only achieve these undertakings if you have a sustainable content plan.

Frequent breaks at intervals will enable you to have a focused mind, clear thinking, more energy, become productive, and accomplish more. Click To Tweet

7: Work At The Peak Time of Day to Enhance Productivity

Working at the peak time of day plays a vital role if you want to be productive. For instance, the best time for me to work and get more done is during the early hours of the morning. However, the high point differs from person to person.

Some bloggers love working in the early mornings. Others prefer late evenings and, or late at nights. Everyone has a time that best suits his or her lifestyle. So find yours and plan your activities in harmony with it. It will enhance your productivity.

8: Use Blogging Tools to Map Out and Organize Your Ideas

Creativity is an art that must be cherished. And as a blogger, you are a creative person with terrific ideas. Despite that,  you need to understand that ideas come and go, which is why you need to map out your thoughts and organize them in one place for easy access.

Put differently; if you cannot arrange your blog content ideas in one place, it will be challenging to find them when needed. Interestingly, several content tools that can help you in this regard. Some of the best in the market are:

  • Evernote
  • Google Drive
  • Trello

Let us have a glimpse of the first two.

A content plan that fits your routine will enable you to overcome the unproductive challenges, increase productivity, and accomplish more task. Click To Tweet


Evernote is a fantastic tool that lets you brainstorm blog content ideas, map out your thoughts, and organize them accordingly. With this tool, you can store your ideas and the research you’ve made in a searchable location.


Evermore also lets you collaborate with others, create a to-do list, etc. You can as well create notebooks for each project on Evernote. The tool works more like Google Drive. 

Distraction is the common cause of nonproductivity among bloggers and freelance writers working from home. Click To Tweet

Google Drive

Google Drive offers you a platform to keep your files safe and still allow others to view and make edits where necessary. In other words, you can collaborate with others on a project using Drive. Moreover, you can manage who sees your files, edit, and comment on them.

I use this tool a lot (every day) precisely for content creation, topic ideas, etc.

Google Drive

With a single Google account, you already have access to a free 15 G storage space. There you can store file or document, including vital emails. Here’s the best part; the tool allows you to scan documents with Android phone, as well as convert any paperwork into a PDF file.

Do you know that you can create presentations and spreadsheets with Drive? Yes, it lets you do all the above using:

  1. Docs
  2. Sheets
  3. Slides

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9: Create a To-do List to Help You Increase Productivity

A daily to-do list is a remarkable way to stay focused and boost productivity. I have a to-do list on my desk, my smartphone, and my laptop, which I created with Drive using the “Google Sheet” app.

In that way, I can conveniently manage my activities from anywhere around the world. Usually, I create a monthly to-do list, which I then break down into segments of weeks and days. This process helps me increase productivity and get more work done.

Similarly, create a to-do list to help you to be productive. You will be able to accomplish your daily goals in a flash.

Distractions are so prevalent you sometimes don't even realize that you're being distracted. Click To Tweet

10: Delegate Task or Hire a Freelance Writer to Boost Productivity 

There is more to blogging and freelance writing than you can imagine. Many bloggers would not tell you that they’ll instead make it look simple to you. However, the truth is not about creating and publishing a blog post after blog post. There is more involved.

For instance, in section six, I stated that you’d have to respond to comments and schedule your content for posting. You’ll also need to check and reply to emails frequently. All these take time, and sometimes it becomes overwhelmingly challenging to handle with more work than you can tackle.

At this stage, you can hire a freelance writer to ease the workload and allow you time to concentrate on other aspects of your small business blog.

10 Practical Steps to Increase Productivity as a Work From Home Blogger (Updated)

Wrapping It Up

To be productive while working from home as a blogger or freelancer will help you in many aspects of your career. For one thing, you will be able to accomplish your day-to-day activities on time. The more productive you become, the more you will achieve.

Although there are several ways to be productive in your blogging business, the steps in this article will dramatically help you to increase productivity beyond your imagination. Ensure to implement the measures above and tell us about it.

We would love to hear from you in the comments.


Moss Clement

Moss Clement is a freelance writer & blogger. Founder of Moss Media and content manager at Writers Per Hour. He is working closely with B2B marketers - helping​ several startups grow their online presence in the digital marketing space. By delivering highly informative content pieces​, he has assisted small & medium-size businesses to build their online reputation and connect them with their buyer persona. Connect with him on Twitter and LinkedIn.



Nirodha Abayalath · August 12, 2019 at 4:30 pm

Hey Moss,

This is amazing. Distractions are the worst of all for me. As you’ve mentioned accurately, social media kills most of my time and movies or TV series.

I’m trying really hard to boost my posting frequency as a blogger. So, thank you very much for sharing this.

One more thing. What do you think about food? I have read that some foods increase our brain functions as well as our productivity.


    Moss Clement · August 12, 2019 at 6:25 pm

    Hi Nirodha,
    I’m happy that you like the post, and I appreciate your comment. Yes, some foods are significant in boosting brain function. Some food like Broccoli, nuts – I eat them often, fatty fish, blueberries, pumpkin seed, including coffee. Coffee, for instance, is a stimulant, it helps to boost performance.
    However, try regular exercising; it helps as well. At least 30 mins exercise will get you going. For me, I exercise five times a week.


Nikola Roza · July 21, 2019 at 8:00 am

Hi Moss,
great tips here. Being that I work from home, I can make great use of them, thanks.
I especially like the “set up your office at home” tip. It has helped me become more productive because, early in my blogging journey, I’d work from anyplace, and worst, while lying in bed.
Of course I did a lousy job as I’d get sleepy real soon.
Now I have a working chair:)


    Moss Clement · July 24, 2019 at 8:20 pm

    Hi Nikola,
    I’m glad that the article connects with you. Having your working space helps in many ways, including reducing distractions, which will let you focus on the critical task.
    Thank you for chipping in.


Ashraf khalid · May 6, 2018 at 5:43 am

Thanks for sharing this great and meaningful information with us. Keep it up the good, hard and dedicated work.


    Moss Clement · May 6, 2018 at 2:35 pm

    You’re most welcome, Ashraf. I’m happy that you find the post very useful.

    Thank you for coming by.


Rajib Biswal · May 5, 2018 at 5:41 pm

Thanks For Sharing. Keep it up.


    Moss Clement · May 5, 2018 at 8:24 pm

    You’re welcome, Rajib. Hope to see you more often.


Vyvian Chacon · April 27, 2018 at 10:25 am

Hi Moss, I love working from home, and it’s true that there could be distractions. You do need self-discipline, so it may not be for everyone. While I work at home, I can take care of my dog. I don’t see my dog as a distraction, but more as a break from working all day. I walk over 2 miles with my dog 5 times a week, and it helps me to clear my mind and relieve stress. Anyway, great advice and tips.


    Moss Clement · April 28, 2018 at 12:21 pm

    Hi Vyvian,
    Good to see you here on my space. I’m so glad you like the post. Yes, working from home is not an easy thing for everyone, that I agree totally. You have to be determine for success and discipline yourself. I have a dog as well, and we take long walks with I combine with me daily exercise.

    Thank you for stopping by.


Dan · April 20, 2018 at 11:15 pm

Nice post!!!
Great website!! Very clean and easy to get around.


    Moss Clement · April 21, 2018 at 12:31 am

    Thanks a lot, Dan. I’m happy you like it. Thank you for coming by.


Taka · April 18, 2018 at 1:26 pm

Hi Moss,

Really enjoyed reading this post.

I’ve always exercised regardless of working at home or not, so that helps me take a break from working long hours.

Regarding the first point, I always feel guilty of not getting up as early as I should and make up working at night. But there is nothing like morning sun coming through the window and I can stay home. I love it.


    Moss Clement · April 19, 2018 at 8:32 am

    Hi Taka,
    I love to have you here on my blog, I’m happy that you came by. As a work from home person, there are many distractions you have to deal with – family members, friends, kids, etc. So there is a need to remain focus, which is why you need your office space. Your health is also very important to your success, and that calls for frequent breaks so as to energize yourself.
    For me i do more work in the mornings. In fact, I used to work late at night as well, but I stopped. It all depends on the individual. Choose the best time for you and stick to it.

    Thank you for coming by and commenting. Well appreciated.


Ashish Kumar · April 16, 2018 at 5:10 pm

Hello Moss

I think it would be best if you find a dedicated place for work. Maybe turn your store into a small office or maybe get a co-working space in a office.

Amit Agarwal from Labnol has a dedicated office in his house.
He is one of the top bloggers in my country. It is very important to stay focus and dedicated and consistent


    Moss Clement · April 19, 2018 at 8:35 am

    Hi Ashish,
    I so much agree with you. You need to find a conducive area to work from as your personal office space without distraction.
    It will help you be more productive.

    Thank you for coming by.


Bhawna Kaushik · April 16, 2018 at 5:08 pm

Hey Moss.
Very nice advice. I am a part-time blogger but when I work there are so many distractions. I will follow your advice.
Keep up the good work 🙂


    Moss Clement · April 19, 2018 at 8:52 am

    Hi Bhawna,
    That is great. The most important thing is for you to take measures that will improve your productivity.

    I will be happy if you implement this steps.

    Thank you for contributing to the conversation.


Sanjeev · April 15, 2018 at 5:36 pm

Hi Moss,

Nice post. I am working from home for last 2 years and I can relate to most of the points mentioned above. I have a small kid at home so most of my productive time is either early in the morning or late in the night.

I think setting an office space and treating it separate from home helps a lot. I usually sit in my office space and my family knows that I should be disturbed (not sure how strictly we follow it but at least we try that I don’t get disturbed while in that space). Though longer you keep working from home, these boundaries start diluting and you start getting up for many small things. One should keep an eye on that.

– Sanjeev


    Moss Clement · April 19, 2018 at 8:59 am

    Hi Sanjeev,
    Yes, you’re right about that. Family members can be a distraction even with an office space. However, setting rules and sticking to it will help a great deal. For example, I work from home and have bn working the past 3 years, which is why I also relate to this as much as you do. But my family are aware that my space is my space and not to be played with. The are boundries which they all respect. Make a constant reminder that you are not to be disturbed.
    Thank you for contributing ti the discussion.


Emenike Emmanuel · April 14, 2018 at 2:31 am

Hello Moss,

I love the idea of setting up and office space. It works for real. Anything to put yourself in work mood is worth doing.

Nothing can distract more than social media. I fight so hard keep it at minimum but since a part of my revenue comes from social media, I have to strike a balance between theme.

Thanks for sharing.


    Moss Clement · April 19, 2018 at 1:32 pm

    Hi Emenike,
    I appreciate your comments. Social media is a great place to generate leads and increase your income if done correctly. As a blogger working from home, you must try to keep a balance between your social activities and blogging. I like the fact you were able to strike the core of balance which enables you to improve your productivity.

    Thanks so much for contributing to the conversation.


Gaurav Kumar · April 13, 2018 at 3:15 am

Hi Moss,

Improvement is the key to stay longer in this competitive business world. Not just the popular businesses but a common work from home blogger also needs to improve productivity of his blog.
It helps to attract more readers, more client, more leads and more revenue.
I believe a relaxed mind can produce 10 times more productive ideas then a tired one.

Thanks for sharing.


    Moss Clement · April 19, 2018 at 2:02 pm

    Hi Gaurav,
    It is common logic to say that a relaxed mind van produce more. Why?

    Because one with a relaxed mind is more focus and have a clear vision. Social media is a great tool to help you expand your business, but you must take measures to make it work for you.
    Thanks so much for contributing to the conversation.


Cori Ramos · April 12, 2018 at 5:58 pm

Hi Moss,

These are all great tips and I’m doing these myself. Most recently, I hired a VA to help me out. She’s slowly taking on more tasks but I can’t wait until I can focus on just writing, engaging and promoting. 🙂

The one thing I cannot escape is those darn distractions. I promise you, there is always something going on.

For example, this week the exterminators came out and tomorrow we have techs coming out to assemble our grandson’s swings.

Or I have to run an errand for my hubs (who works 90 hr weeks and hardly home). There is never a day when I can work through my whole day but I’m used to it by now. 🙂

I balance it out by work nights to catch up. Everyone is asleep and the phone isn’t ringing. I’ve actually been thinking about working nights since I can get more done…I might try it out and see how it works. 🙂

Thanks for sharing these great tips with us!


Donna Merrill · April 12, 2018 at 2:03 pm

Hi Moss,
Working from home sounds so appealing, but in reality, we do need to set up boundaries. We have to master our day from the moment we wake until we go to bed at night.
Being a blogger and marketer, there are so many tasks we need to accomplish and we need the energy to do so. Working after a morning exercise is a great idea!
Creating space is also very important. We do have a home office in our house and it is set up with no distractions. This does mean we also have to leave our mobile phone in another room. Also not getting caught up in social media.


Ryan Biddulph · April 12, 2018 at 8:45 am

Hi Moss,

Thanks a bunch for the shout out my friend. Floors me how I am productive by taking tons of breaks, and also, by getting enough sleep nightly.

We are not machines. Nobody burns the candle at both ends for long; sickness and mental break downs ensue. You cannot be productive through hard work, or even sustained smart work. Energized play combined with resting properly makes ya so freaking prolific, it’ll make folks heads spin.

Rocking post buddy.



    Moss Clement · April 12, 2018 at 10:51 am

    Hi Ryan,
    I used to think that you’re a machine ???… Just kidding bro ???, because you are super productive – creating articles for your own blog and well as guest post on others blogs on a regular basis. I admire you a lot, Ryan.

    Taking constant breaks will help to re-energize you and improve your productivity. It is not about working hard as you indicated, but getting proper rest to energize yourself.

    Thanks a lot for your awesome contribution.


    Ryan K Biddulph · July 19, 2019 at 10:47 pm

    Awesome re-read here Moss. 2 weeks ago I doubled down and set up a quiet, formal home office. Blogging became so much easier for me; no distractions.



      Moss Clement · July 24, 2019 at 8:28 pm

      That’s right, Ryan. It’s one of the best things to do as it helps to take away the distraction. Thanks a lot for ding more comments to the discussion.


Enstine Muki · April 12, 2018 at 7:00 am

Hey Moss,
This is another massive value bro.
One of the things I’m working on now is setting my working space. As I plan to get into videos for my up coming product (Video course on cryptocurrency), there is need for that space.

One of the things that kill our home business is distractions. These are from many different angles and we must be able to overcome them to boost productivity.

apart from kids you mentioned above, there are other family members and visitors. Once they know you are always at home, they can pop up anytime.

I’m developing strategies to handle these distractions and will be sharing on my blog soon.

Thanks for being awesome. There are better days ahead so let’s keep giving.


    Moss Clement · April 12, 2018 at 10:38 am

    Hi Enstine,
    You’re absolutely right, besides kids, there are friends and our members of the family to deal with. Unless you control the situation your productivity is at risk. I like that you brought that up, very interesting. In fact, I think I’ll have to edit the article and add that part as a contribution from you.

    Video content is great for engagement and vitality, but you cannot get it done with much distraction, which is why, as you indicated, you have to setup your work/office space.

    I so much appreciate your contribution Enstine. Thank you.


Jamaley Hussain · April 11, 2018 at 4:07 pm

Amazing content, Post content shows the effort by any blogger even they work from home. Yes, it really hard to avoid distraction while you are writing.
“Early to bed and early to rise make a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.” – Benjamin Franklin
No word to Say further.
I Enjoy lot when reading your post and gain unexpected knowledge.
Thanks for sharing with us.


    Moss Clement · April 12, 2018 at 10:31 am

    Hi Jamaley,
    It is always a pleasure to have you here. I appreciate reading your comments.
    I really love your quote of Benjamin Franklin. It definitely will help you stay healthy, wealthy and wise.

    Thank you my friend for your contribution.


Anil Agarwal · April 11, 2018 at 8:48 am

This is yet another wonderful post Moss,
Honestly, one of the most difficult things I’ve ever seen in life is working from home. Even though it’s the dream of most people to work from the comfort of their home, it’s not easy at all. Most times, you need a lot of energy and will power to get going. Maintaining your productivity while working from home is often very difficult, and that is why this type of business is not meant for everyone.
However, I still believe that anyone can do it very well once you’re determined and dedicated to make it work for you.
I love your idea of waking up early in the morning and dressing like you’re going to work, this is something I’ve never tried before, and I’m pretty sure it will work out very well if tried. I’m definitely going to give this one a shot and see how it turns out.
Also, setting up a home office is totally a no brainer in this business. And I’ve never regretted setting up one in my house as it really boosted my productivity level beyond imagination.
Finally, being productive as a blogger and writer is not easy, but if you can kill all the numerous distractions, you do excel.
BTW: You made a mistake somewhere in your last point where you wrote “DELICATE.” I’m sure you wanted to write “DELEGATE.”


    Moss Clement · April 11, 2018 at 3:39 pm

    Hi Anil,
    It gives me pleasure to read your comments because your comments are more like an article on its own.
    In fact, although I will have to contact you genuinely about this, I’m inviting you to contribute an article whenever you so wish, and I will willing publish it.

    With that said, its not easy at all, but many betters will not tell. They’ll rather make it seem as easy as anything you can imagine. Personally I struggle in the beginning working from home. But after I was able to set my office space, things took a different turn to the right direction.

    I love you idea of being determined and dedicated as a ways to succeed as a work from.home blogger.

    Thank you my friend, I actually meant “Delegate.” We can totally depend on tools to help us out with spelling and grammatical errors. I use Grammarly but unfortunately it could not detect the spelling error.

    Thank you so much for your insight on the subject and for noticing the error. Much appreciated Anil.


Velin N. · April 10, 2018 at 6:43 pm

Great advises, Moss! I used to work from home quite a lot of time in the past and I totally agree that you should avoid any distractions and have a small and quiet office space.
The hardest part for me was to learn to take frequent brakes and to focus only on things that matters most.
Awesome post, thanks for sharing it!


    Moss Clement · April 11, 2018 at 3:27 pm

    Hi Velin,
    I hope you have been doing pretty well. Yes, my friend, there are more distractions in the home than you can imagine, especially when you have kids in the house.

    Getting you little space as an office will surely improve your productivity.

    Breaks are great to re energize you. I used to struggle with that as well. But with much effort one can easily get through it.

    Thank you so much for coming by and commenting, Velin. Hope to see you again soon.

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