Designated a schedule and try to adhere to it. Having precise guidelines for when to work and when to call it a day enables many remote workers to maintain a healthy work-life balance. One of the best benefits of remote working is the flexibility that the job allows. Sometimes you need to extend your day or start early to accommodate someone else's time zone. When you do, be sure to wrap up earlier than usual or sleep in a bit the next morning to make up for it.
Automatic time-tracking apps, like 'RescueTime', let you check whether you're adhering to your schedule. They can also help you determine the times of day you're most productive versus when you slack off. With this information, you're able to protect the hours when you're most likely to get difficult work completed. For example, if you tend to have high productivity between 7:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., don't schedule meetings during that time.
IRLDO keeps your remote team accountable and together every day.