One of the best words to describe 2020 is “fragmented.” A lot of the normal rhythms of life have been interrupted by starts, stops, and starts again. And many of the natural partitions among office, school, and home have crumbled.
In the midst of so much change, it’s easy to end up with an exceptionally disorganized work-from-home schedule. If you find yourself in that situation, I want you to know that there are remedies. I can’t guarantee that there will be a great amount of flow, given a lot of uncontrollable factors, but as a time management coach and as someone who has worked from home for 15 years, I do know that there are many things you can still do to improve your work-from-home schedule and decrease your stress.
Here are my top tips for tackling this process.