March 21 - April 19
You may oversleep and kick the day off in overdrive as a result. That won’t stop you from giving your all to projects and completing tasks in record time. Working from home actually stresses you out just as much as being in the office, so be sure to take several breaks.
April 20 - May 20
As long as you have delicious snacks nearby your laptop and your fanciest slippers on, you’ll be able to get your work done — on your time. You’ll opt to sleep in and start the day when you’re ready to begin work. You start the work day when you’re ready.
May 21 - June 20
Work may be the most challenging for you, as you’ll begin to yearn for one-on-one communication. The problem is that you’ll start to chat your co-workers' ears off after a while with nonsense from your personal life because you will miss not seeing them as often and being able to gossip together.
June 21 - July 22
You’re a homebody by nature. Therefore, working from home is the best thing that’s ever happened in your world since sliced bread. Your productivity will be up. Your work ethic and positive attitude will be strengthened, too. You may even volunteer to take on long term projects at work as a result.
July 23 - August 22
Being at the office will make you extra thirsty for your boss’s attention, as you will have trouble getting their approval from across a computer screen. Volunteer for AMAs, IG live stories, and Q & As to show you’re invested in your company and to get major props from your boss.
August 23 - September 22
Sticking to a schedule is key because you may lose track of time. The reason being is that you are extremely rigid about your work time at the office, but being at home may change all that due to the lack of structure. Note to self: To-do lists are your friend.
September 23 - October 22
Keeping up with social activities, such as lunch dates, happy hours, and morning coffee with your team is essential to you. Try ensure you still have the same amount of social interaction with your colleagues while working from home, as when you work out of the office.
October 23 - November 21
Your workaholic tendencies will make you binge on work for 24 hours straight (working all day and all night), then take a break for a day from responding to emails. Your hardworking sentiments will be in overdrive right now, serving as a distraction from the current state of the world.
November 22 - December 21
Set morning rituals to centre yourself before logging in to your office’s hard drive. Allow extra time for yourself in the morning to stretch your bones out with light yoga, in order to manage your fiery energy. This will help you concentrate throughout the day without any distractions.
December 22 - January 19
TBH, working from home will give you extra time to get tasks done (being that you no longer have to travel to and from the office every day). You can slip in and out of your makeshift office at your leisure and casually work at your own pace, on your own watch.
January 20 - February 18
Staying off social media, Netflix, and your phone while working from your home office will prove challenging, as you’re more apt to want to socialize than do your duties. Put your friends on mute now to ensure you concentrate on the tasks at hand. Practice the art of self-control.
February 19 - March 20
As long as you can overcome all the technical difficulties that come your way from Zoom conference calls with your colleagues, you’ll fly high. At the end of the day, you’ll be happy to open up a bottle of wine for Happy Hour with your co-workers.