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Mental Health Tips For Working From Home

Working From Home
Make sure to set realistic goals when working from home.

Whether you live with mental illness or not, it’s important to take some extra precautions when working from home. Humans are social beings and require interaction to be at their best. For many adults, much of their social interaction comes at work. If you’re working from home, this aspect is eliminated which could lead to issues with loneliness and anxiety. Here are some tips you should use if you work from home.

Create Structure

When you are working in the same place you do everyday activities in, it’s important to come up with some sort of structure. There are a lot of ways you can do this! You can make sure to take your regularly scheduled breaks and devote certain blocks of time to specific tasks. Another great way to do this is to create a space you use solely for work. For some people, this space is a home office, but if you don’t have one you can still create a separate place. It can be as simple as dedicating a corner of a room to work activities.

Set Realistic Goals

Goals are important for any employees, but when you’re working from home setting goals becomes even more crucial. It’s essential to realize that just because you’re home doesn’t mean you have to get an extraordinary amount of work done. Set goals for yourself that push you to improve while still being attainable for the best results.

Do What Works For You

Ultimately, it’s up to you to create an environment that is conducive to your productivity. We usually know what we need in order to be successful while we’re working, so create an environment that boosts your efficiency. For example, if you know that you work best when you’re listening to music, make sure to do that.

Capitalize On Productive Days

When you’re working from home, sometimes it can be easy to feel unproductive. Because of this, on the days you do feel productive, make sure that you make those days count! You can use these days as a chance to get ahead or to make up for days when your mental health caused you to be less productive than usual. It’s important to keep in mind that some days won’t be as productive as others and that’s OK!

Welcome to Family Service Foundation, Inc.!

Family Service Foundation, Inc. has been serving the greater Maryland area since 1936. This nonprofit organization helps residents in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Frederick County, and Prince George’s County across a span of different areas such as mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse. We also provide interpretation services for deaf and deaf-blind individuals. To learn more, call us at 240-241-7249 or visit here.

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At Family Service Foundation (FSF), a social services organization in Baltimore, Maryland, we are dedicated to providing advocacy and support to individuals with mental and physical disabilities that have recently left inpatient settings. Integration back into the community can be difficult; for that reason, each member of our team works to provide services specifically tailored to each individual and family that we work with. We believe that all individuals can achieve their highest levels of social, physical, and emotional well-being in the community when they have the proper support. FSF specializes in serving Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and individuals with intellectual disabilities. We also have American Sign Language interpreters on staff at all of our locations for the convenience of our Deaf and hard of hearing clients. For more information about The Family Service Foundation, please visit our website at www.fsfinc.org or give us a call at 301-459-2121.
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