Working from home sounds like a dream come true for many people, but it can be hard to stay productive at home. When I started working from home a couple of years ago, I remember questioning myself if it was the right decision at first. I often found myself unmotivated, feeling lonely and unproductive. When your working space is just a few meters away from your bedroom and kitchen, it can be difficult to find a balance between work and leisure times. After some time, I was finally able to create my perfect working from home routine that helps me stay productive. And in this post, I’m sharing some tips that helped me.
A productive morning routine can bring you closer to achieving your goals. Think of it – waking up in the morning is something we do every day. How we start and spend our morning hours often determines how the rest of the day will go.
Whether you want to be more healthy and fit, have more time for yourself or work on your business – creating the morning routine that caters to your goals will help you achieve them faster. Here are some ideas for creating a productive morning routine:
This video is a 15-minute energizing yoga sequence, great for mornings when you don’t have much time to work out, but you still want to get some movement. The sequence is roughly based on sun salutation. It is great for all levels, please take modifications or pause whenever you need it. We are going to move pretty fast, connecting breath to the movement, so it’s best if you know most common yoga poses already, it’s just going to be easier for you to follow the sequence.
It’s not a secret that regular yoga practice has numerous physical and mental health benefits. Even 10-15 minutes of yoga a day can bring a big change in your overall life quality. And while yoga practice can improve your life in many different ways, this post is focusing on the most important physical benefits of yoga.
This 10 minute is great for office workers and everyone who sits a lot during the day. It will help you to release some tension that you might have in your neck, shoulders, and back from seating all day.
Try this 10 minute gentle morning yoga routine to wake up your body!
I love to watch Youtube yoga channels! A couple of years ago, when I first started practicing yoga, I used to follow 15-30 minute yoga videos almost every day. This helped me to establish a regular practice and learn basic postures before I even went to a yoga studio for the first time. Even now, after I became a yoga teacher, I like to follow yoga routines on Youtube for inspiration.