Keep normal working hours. A set rhythm works very well for many people.
Make good working arrangements with roommates
Keep in touch with your colleagues. Especially if you stay home for a long time it is important to plan this in.
Make sure you have a nice, but also ergonomically sound workplace.
At the office we are used to adjusting the workplace to the user. At home, too, it is of course important that the workplace suits your body! Therefore, make sure you have furniture that suits your work posture, or that can be adjusted so that it fits well. Alternating between sitting and standing is possible with a sit-stand desk, but there are also other options.
A laptop on the kitchen table is almost certain to cause physical problems in the long run. This is because our head is very heavy and in this case will hang forward from our neck. Make sure that the screen of the laptop or other monitor is almost at eye level. In this way, the burden on the neck will be minimal.
A good chair combined with a good sitting posture is a good start to a healthy working day. Of course, in addition to good sitting posture, sufficient exercise and a healthy diet are also important elements of a home-working day. Take your breaks on time and eat at regular intervals.