How to set up a home office and where to find remote work opportunities

The ongoing pandemic has shaken the entire world by presenting anomalous challenges to people in all fields of work. To ensure social distancing, for some the only way to keep the businesses running is to work from home. This comes with its own pesky tasks that need to be managed to ensure productivity and agility.

While working from home, it is important that you set up a home office so that you get the feeling of working at an office, and keep yourself away from all the distractions.

Here are some tips on how to set up a home office for your convenience:

Arrange a separate space

Get yourself a space that is away from the rest of your house so that you can work in peace and with full focus. You need to make sure that it is a space where your family members don’t intrude while you are working. This will help you work with utmost dedication. Arrange a desk with all the essentials in addition to your laptop so that you don’t have to move around the house every now and then to find stuff.

Update your technology

While working traditionally, your technology is always up-to-date so that there is never a thing to worry about. However, while working at home, you may need to make sure that your technology has the updated software and you have all that you require in your laptop to ensure efficient working.

Day plan

Get to your work desk early in the morning, the way you did before. Make sure when you begin working, you know what you have on your hands. Plan your day beforehand so that there is no hustle and bustle on the last minute. Make a to-do list and write all the tasks to be done in a day. However, this plan is specifically for your work tasks, so keep your daily chores separate. Don’t mix the two!

A comfortable chair

If you’re not paying enough attention to your chair, then you’d end up harming your health. A comfortable chair is very important for spending long hours on your desk. You need to have a chair that gives your back accurate support and keeps it straight so that you don’t end up with back pain. Adjust the height according to your desk and make sure it provides the utmost comfort.

Keep work-life balance

While you’re working from home, there is a high probability of you working for way longer hours than usual. To ensure productivity and agility, it is important that you don’t end up over-working. Tend to your personal life, give time to your family so that you’re keeping a balance in your life. Set boundaries as to how much you can work, that is the only way to keep your home life and work life in harmony. 

In case, you do not have a job opportunity yet and you are looking for one, here are some amazing options you can turn to.

  1. Affiliate marketer

Affiliate marketing is a simple and easy way to earn through commission. It is all about referral marketing where you refer a certain product of Amazon on a website. Every time a viewer clicks on the link or buys the product, Amazon will pay you a commission. The startup cost involved in the process is minimal which makes it very easy for people to begin earning. 

  1. Freelancer

Freelancing is a remote working opportunity that does not require a professional office space. All you need is a skill at hand and a working laptop with an internet connection. There are multiple websites available online that specifically work for providing opportunities to people looking out for freelance work. Freelancer, Upwork, Freelancer, and LinkedIn are some websites that can connect you with opportunities.

  1. Blogger

Blogging is a fun and easy way to start earning remotely. You can start food blogging or write stories or post tutorials as well as run a blog that focuses on reviewing products or services. Keep your content engaging and updated with the current industry trends. Start a blog for free at

  1. Virtual assistant

A lot of companies are interested in hiring virtual assistants to share their load, to save costs, and make their business operations easy. These include all the office duties which are relatively easy and can be done by working from home. Websites like are ideal for looking for jobs like these. If you’re good at multitasking, it is the best job for you. Flexjobs, Upwork, Peopleperhour are some other platforms where you can find virtual assistant jobs.

  1. Virtual recruiter

The job of a virtual recruiter is similar to the traditional one, with the advantage of being able to work from anywhere you want. You have to recruit people by analyzing their experience and expertise or skill set. You carry on with the process of interviewing, screening, and negotiation just like an in-house recruiter. You can get paid more than $100 for developing resume templates.

  1. Bookkeeper

Bookkeeping isn’t as much of a difficult task as it is hyped to be. You can take up a course at a nearby college or get one online and start the job by signing up at the websites offering these jobs. You can earn up to $34,000 just by getting a course while staying at home.



The ongoing health crisis has opened up many opportunities that facilitate working from home. All you need to do is explore them and grab the one that suits your skills and expertise. To ensure agility and perform in the best of your capacity, set up your home office in a systematic way to remain dedicated to the task. We hope the above information proves to be helpful in this regard.


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