Whether you’re working remotely from home or in a new country, it’s important to acknowledge your needs to find the work-life harmony that will help you feel your best. Here are some tips from the Branch team:
"Designate one or a few workspaces around your house and stick to only working from there. That way, you can create physical and mental "work zones" for yourself and avoid distractions."
“Working while traveling is one of the greatest advantages of remote and hybrid work. Over the past couple years, here’s what I’ve found helpful to keep in mind when doing so.
First, optimize your accommodations for a productive environment if you know you’ll be spending a few days working. Practically speaking, this means making sure you book a place that comes equipped with fast WiFi, a comfortable nook to work in (bonus points if it has a dedicated desk and office chair), and some privacy for calls or important meetings.
Second, get a few on-the-go work accessories that are portable enough to travel with (mouse, keyboard, and laptop stand are my go-to’s).”
“When working remotely, it can be difficult to set clear boundaries between work and your personal life. The best part about WFH is you’re able to align your work hours with when you’re most productive - stick to working those hours regularly to ensure you’re also making time to relax and recharge.”
We hope you keep some of these tips with you whether you’re working from home or while traveling to your next dream destination. If you want to explore more of Branch’s Work From Home tips for productivity and wellness, feel free to check out the rest of our blog series here.
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