Working at Home This Summer?  Here Are Some Tips

Working at Home This Summer? Here Are Some Tips

By Melissa Gardner ‘When you share a photo or attend a call on video, stop worrying about your appearance. You are not alone to be unshaven, wearing glasses, without makeup or with a messy mop of hair. Be comfortable with who you are, no apologies!’ Many employers have made it official: Their employees will be working from home this summer. Now that you know the plan for the next couple of months, here are some things to think about. • Take time off: With quarantine, it may feel as though you don’t need vacation days, but you do. Enjoy a long weekend or take a Wednesday to break up the week. You need to do this. • Set up your work space: Sure, you have been home since March and have somewhere you’ve been working. But with at a couple of months ahead of you, do you have what you really need? Do you have a wireless key board and mouse, a large enough monitor, a comfortable chair? Don’t put this off. Make your setup work for you! • Get outside: You are home for the summer: Take advantage of that. Work outside if you can or sit near an open window.

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