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For Entrepreneurs: 10 Tips to Be More Efficient While Working From Home

  1. Deb Buckingham says:

    This was amazing, girl! It’s what I’ve always known, but knowing someone else does this, well, I need to get moving. I’m re-figuring out how to relaunch my photography business, after almost 2 decades. Relearn the technology that’s so different. So, the first thing I’ll do (after i grab a glass of water) is find a shiny new notebook and set some goals. Daily, weekly, monthly. This truly is what i needed to read today. Because, I got #1 in the bag. 🙂

    • Lindsey Roman says:

      Oh wow- best of luck to you!! If you know your goals and you set step to accomplish them, you’ll be there in no time!

  2. Kayla says:

    But I do t want to wake up EARLIER!!! Hahaha but in all seriousness, great tips. I’m currently working on cultivating my creative workspace!

    • Lindsey Roman says:

      Thanks, friend! Waking up earlier isn’t my favorite, but I always feel so much more prepared for the day when I do, and I know you will too!!

  3. This. Is. GOLD. I think the only one that I reallllyyy have down is drinking lots of water… lol! But imma get cracking on the rest!!

  4. Cate says:

    Yes!! Getting up early is sooooo good for my to do list and good to see it’s part of a routine for someone else 🙌

  5. Definitely want to clear my creative space. I hadn’t thought about clutter causing distraction. I always thought it created inspiration, but I definitely see what you’re saying. And some of my clutter is there for convenience’s sake (ie: electric sharpener, lotion, tissues, etc.) They can be tucked out of sight until I need them. Great ideas, Lindsey!

    • Lindsey Roman says:

      Thanks Carissa! I like to hit up thrift stores for baskets and such to store those convenience items. They look so cute on a shelf and you never realize they are hiding necessities inside!

  6. Maria says:

    SUCH a great post!!! I especially liked your idea of having your phone on do not disturb or even leaving it in a different room. I’m SO guilty of getting distracted with my phone. Also, your point about if you’re weighing the pros and cons of something that the answer should probably be no… GOLD!! I’ve gotten so much better the last couple years at saying no to things, but still struggle with it sometimes!

    • Lindsey Roman says:

      Thank you, thank you!! It’s taken me a little while to establish these routines, but if you stick with it, you will notice such an improvement in your efficiency!

  7. Sarah says:

    I love this post.! The tips on batch work, setting goals, and cultivating a creative space are what I need to work on. I tend to think about things in the here and now and not so much long term. Since I’m not thinking long term, I’m obviously not thinking about the small steps I need to take to get there. I am getting better about what I bring into my home, and not filling a space just because I have it. Moving four times in two years exposed the hoarder in me, and I’ve learned to let things go. It’s honestly so much nicer to live in a place where I don’t feel burdened by what I own. Thank you so much for sharing these–you are an inspiration.

  8. This is such a solid share…. I really have been struggling with waking up, time management, always feeling behind, and distractions. Never SAYING NO. Like, how did I not already realize this?! and I especially appreciate the portion you wrote about daily/weekly/monthly goals! Can’t wait to slowly implement these tips. Thanks, Lindsey!

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