When I was working remotely I found that having a routine helped, but also "breaking" that routine sometimes and changing scenery helped a lot to.
So many times I would be working from a coffee shop for a couple hours, get completely stuck on a problem, take a walk to another coffee shop 15min away and 5 minutes later have solved the problem I was having.
Being able to change the scenery like that was, for me, the most helpful part of working remotely.
That's super true! I love the flexibility of it a ton. I love that I can go take the train up to my mom's house and work from there that week too. Admittedly, I get super distracted in coffee shops, but I love that I can change my scenery or work somewhere else depending on my plans for the week.
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