The Covid-19 pandemic of coronavirus is confusing the entire world. To prevent getting infected, it is best to keep your distance and stay at home. WHO (world’s health organization) has advised people to keep their distance in an effort to reduce the spread of CoronaVirus. WHO (world healthcare organization) recommends isolation at home in order to prevent the spread of the CoronaVirus. In other words, worship, school and work are done at home. It is essential that you live at home and make it as comfortable as possible. Good materials, such as linen curtains, are recommended.
Preparing the House
It is important to ensure that your home is comfortable before you are able to prepare your body and mind to be productive. A house that does not feel like home cannot be called a home. It must be as relaxing as possible. You can make it feel like home by choosing the best materials for your furniture. You could use a light, comfortable material like linen curtains as a curtain. It is both heat- and moisture-resistant, so it’s a good choice.
Work from home (WFH), was only applicable to certain industries prior to the pandemic. To reduce the risk for COVID-19 transmission, more workers are using WFH during the pandemic. This is especially true in office clusters. WFH requires that you maintain your work productivity in order to be successful. It’s perfectly normal to feel bored during a time when some activities are restricted by the pandemic. It’s possible to distract yourself with other activities, such as working at your job.
It is vital to remain productive at work during a crisis.
How can you be productive
The first step is to create a calendar. If scheduling is something you have never done before, now is the time. Scheduling helps you determine what to schedule based on your priorities. So you don’t have to waste your time worrying about what to do. The schedule can be modified according to the needs of the user, whether they are daily or week-end. Second, charge the gadget before you start the workday. Forgetting to charge your gadgets can lead to a decrease in productivity. When you wake up, make sure to immediately charge any device that will be used during work hours, such as a tablet, smartphone, laptop or power bank. It is possible to feel relieved in the event of a power failure during working hours by having your laptop or smartphone battery charged. A fully charged powerbank will charge your phone so that you can charge it and keep your staff informed.
Third, continue to do your morning routine as usual. WFH presents a temptation as it is reminiscent of a holiday atmosphere. Simply follow your daily routine for working from the workplace (WFO). It is important to take a good shower and get ready for work. Pick a room or area in the house that has sufficient lighting and ventilation. If you feel the need, you can share your playlist with someone else and make coffee/tea/milk together.
The last tip is to remember your health is very important. Even if work is done remotely, do not neglect your health. Good sleep, regular exercise, healthy foods and vitamins are all key ingredients to ensure your body is able to finish work and meet deadlines. You must ensure that work productivity is maintained. However, it is also important to take care your body.
Mental health is just as important as physical endurance. Sometimes social distance can be frustrating and monotonous. You can feel the effects on moods, anxiety and sleep patterns. A healthy mental condition will have an impact on your physical and mental health. It is vital to maintain mental health even during an isolation period due the coronavirus. Many suffer from mental illnesses due to stress while they are at home. Taking care of your mental health can be done by chatting or video calling with your loved ones, or meditating or watching and reading your favorite fiction.