Planning Your Day When You Work Remotely
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If you are a virtual assistant, your work is likely to solely be remote. While there are plenty of benefits to remote working, there can also be a few drawbacks – spending your entire day in your home is one of them!

Maybe you’re the type of person who prefers the structure of office work or the certainty of someone directing your focus. We all work differently, and there’s nothing wrong with wanting some structure or routine! When you work remotely, it’s your responsibility to create that routine. As self-appointed experts to the world of remote working, we’ve put together a few tips for planning your day so that you make the most of your energy but also create boundaries between work and home. View the infographic below to find out more!

We’ve also put together a free printable planner to help you get the most out of your week. Scroll to the bottom of this page for more information.

f you are also in need of a way to stay organised, we’ve put together a free printable planner so that you can organise your workload! This planner includes an area to write down your highest priority tasks as well as your goals, and a section that shows your week at a glance. Click on this link to download your planner and get organised!

Getting organised (and staying organised) can be a challenge if you’re perhaps used to working in an office. Working remotely often involves having more responsibility over your own work day but once you find your feet you’ll be able to enjoy the benefits of remote working – like never having to commute on a stuffy, overcrowded train!

If you are new to working as a virtual assistant, you may also be interested in a few of our other blogs:
• How To Manage Your Workload as a VA
• How To Improve Your Work-Life Balance
• VA: What Services Should I Offer?

Click on the links above to start reading!