Tips to getting it right from a former office dweller.

In light of the ‘new normal’ that we have all found ourselves in, many folks have been asked to leave the comfort of their office cubicle to start working from home. For most, working from home is not part of their normal routine so this change can be disruptive to their productivity, social interaction, and even mental health.

2 years ago, I was in the same boat. I left a job that was almost exclusively based in my company’s corporate office in a city setting and started a new role where I would be working 100% remotely in my suburban based home. No longer were the 3pm coffee runs to Starbucks, visiting with colleagues at their desks, or the uninterrupted, personal space of my (open space) cubicle. I’m not going to lie to you, the first couple of weeks were hard. I missed my old routine and was finding it…

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