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Give yourself a lunch break and try to eat healthy. Itís so easy working from home to walk by fridge every thirty minutes and get a snack. Soon your body expects to be fed every couple of hours, just like a newborn. Not a good thing, especially when you start packing on pounds.
Try to get some fresh air every single day. Itís not good to get out of house only once or twice a week. When you feel mentally happy and healthy, you will be able to stay sane with a home business.
Remember, working at home can be harder than working outside home. Itís all up to you how your business turns out; itís a lot of responsibility. So, try not to stress yourself unnecessarily.
Use phone time wisely. Enough saidÖ As far as housework goes, and all that other stuff that messes up your work day, I found something that works and may work for you. I get up and get showered and dressed and then I spend about an hour cleaning house. Iím usually ready to sit down and start work around nine, but if itís ten oíclock thatís fine too.
Routine, routine, routine, is key to being successful and staying sane in a home business.
Michele Miller is a home-based business owner and is also the author of an e-book about becoming a home-based medical transcriptionist. You can visit her site: http://www.medical-transcription-at-home.com