The emergence of the Coronavirus pandemic came with experiences — the good and the bad. While lives were lost and global economies dwindled, the pandemic taught the world that things previously tagged abnormal could become normal, including working from home. According to statistics, as long as the pandemic persists, work from home jobs could rise between 30 and 40%. Prior to the pandemic, remote jobs were rare. Work from home options was mainly available to those in high-skilled, white-collar sectors like tech, architecture and writing and communication. So, if you work remotely, it’s certain that it’s going to be the “new normal” at least, for now. In this regard, Paychant has put together some tips to boost productivity. Relax and read through these tips. 1. Separate your work area and personalize it It may interest many remote workers to carry out their activities in bed or on the sofa. But hey, this won’t help you complete your tasks. Beds and sofas should be reserved for relaxation. The brain has a way of adapting to certain environments. This probably explains why people who read in bed tend to fall asleep easily. Set up an office desk some metres away from your bed.