Since this quarantine life is going to take a while during this uncertain time with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the best thing we can do is to continue to be productive and practice social distancing. Here are a few videos I found about tips on working from home and social distancing.
Working From Home Tips: Kids, Anxiety, Distractions, and Productivity
Source: Youtube – The Futur
Working from Home: How to Set Up Your Workspace
Source: Youtube – Thomas Frank
How to stay productive when working from home
Source: Youtube – Silicon Valley Girl
How to Actually Work…When You’re Working from Home
Source: Youtube – Harvard Business Review
Working From Home? 5 Tips to Boost Productivity in the Coronavirus Pandemic
Source: Youtube – QuickTake by Bloomberg
Practice Social Distancing
According to Wikipedia, Social distancing, or physical distancing, is a set of non-pharmaceutical interventions or measures taken to prevent the spread of a contagious disease by maintaining a physical distance between people and reducing the number of times people come into close contact with each other.
The has World Health Organization has advised the public to wash your hands frequently and maintain social distancing as basic protective measures against the new coronavirus.
Check out these tips from Hueguh and CKSPACE on what you can do while practicing social distancing at home.
Source: Youtube – Hueguh
Source: Youtube – CKSPACE
Work from Home Gear Inspiration and Suggestions
Check out Michael Soledad‘s Dream Desk Setup for your inspiration:
Source: Youtube – Michael Soledad
Take a tour on Mayuko‘s desk and see what trusty tools of the trade she uses day to day writing code and making Youtube videos:
Source: Youtube – Mayuko
Check out Oliur‘s Favourite Working From Home Products:
Source: Youtube – Oliur
Also, check out Gear Patrol‘s The Essential Gear You Need to Stay Productive While Working From Home.
Try something new
Try making your own Dalgona Coffee at home which has become viral recently.
These are just a few videos and tips and I hope you are able to learn from them and get some insights and inspiration towards your work from home journey.
To learn more about the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), click here.
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