1. Find your nook. If you’re not used to working from home, one of the best ways to get your mind focused is by setting up a specific area of your home and making it your workspace. This nook doesn’t have to take up a lot of space or cost you a lot of money, all you need is an area that tells your brain it’s time to focus. Even if this space is just a desk in the corner of a shared room, try to make it a place that’s exclusively for work. Your workspace should be clutter-free and as quiet as possible. By establishing a clear physical boundary around your workspace you’re setting yourself up for focus and productivity!