How to Leave The Office Even If You WFH

Today we are answering the question on every entrepreneur’s mind: What’s the best way to leave the office when I work from home? According to a Stanford University study, a whopping 42% of the U.S. workforce began working from home full-time during the pandemic, and half of them have reported that they would rather quit than be required to return to the office full-time in the future.

Now that we’ve made it work, let’s make it better. Let’s get aspirational with it. Let’s take working from home to the next level.

Tip Number One: Collect an Early Win

Tip Number Two: Calendar For Tomorrow

Tip Number Three: Count Your Accomplishments

Tip Number Four: Create a Commute

● Walk your dog, or just take a walk yourself! Getting outside for some fresh air and light exercise is a great way to mark the end of a workday. If you can get a little sunlight, vitamin D is also great for boosting your mood.

● Go to the gym or do a workout routine. Some people find that enjoying some moderate physical activity really helps them release the tensions of the day, and prepares their body for a restful night’s sleep.

● Try a guided meditation! Youtube is full of guided meditations with different focuses and many of them can be completed in just five minutes. Meditation can be a superpower for hitting reset on a high-functioning entrepreneurial mind.

● Make a nice dinner. I’ve had many clients tell me that nothing makes the day melt away faster than when they are chopping fresh vegetables and simmering sauces. Halfway into a new recipe, you’ll be in a whole different zone. With the added bonus of a home-cooked meal to share and enjoy!

Start off by choosing one, and implementing it for a week. And be sure to let me know in the comments below, which one you’re going to choose first! Once you get comfortable with one, add the next one, and feel free to play with it — see what works best for you.

As always the way to becoming an Inspiration to Millions starts with our motto: Love What You Do and Love How You Do It.

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