Working from home – WFH – once an acronym applicable only to a certain type of freelance or flexible worker – and now something we’re all adapting to – fast.
Adjusting to working from home is easier for some than others. There are distractions to deal with (kids and other non-work related routines); some people have to use video conferencing tech for the first time, and that is daunting!
Then the big question – will there be enough WiFi to go around?
Across the world we’re being told to practice social distancing and self-quarantine.
Trending Instagram and Twitter hashtags include #staytheFhome, or more to the point, #stayhomesavelives.
Celebs and their pets are even getting on board.
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It’s probably something we’ll have to adapt to for a month or two. But who knows, maybe it will become a better way of working for you?
In the Get it office, we’ve always been fans of flexible working. Some of the team work remotely full time, while others spend a couple of days in the office a week, and work remotely the rest of the week. We’re not hung up on the ‘9 to 5’ either – create when you’re feeling productive. We’ve always seen this as the future of work – perhaps we’ll get there sooner than expected though!
We’re intent on inspiring you to make the best of what on many levels is a bad situation. So let’s take a look at WFH happiness 😊
Working from home happiness
Links we love
– 4 office decor ideas you hadn’t thought of – go on, make things pretty 💕
– How 7 women are finding comfort at home – inspo from GOOP on how to adapt to a new way of being.
– How to make your working from home stint a success – tips from an Aussie PR agency who do it every day.
– ‘Recharging is as important as doing‘ – Get it contributor Samantha Taylor with mindset tips and a bonus FREE download.
– Being ‘best dressed’ on your video calls – Vogue insider tips!
…Then of course there’s Pinterest!
Search ‘work from home office ideas‘ – you can thank us later 🤩