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Like for many others, working from home is entirely new to me. It may be challenging to set boundaries and stay motivated. But here are five tips toward staying productive at home, courtesy of one of my mentors, Yair Crane:
Working from home will be a new experience for many of us. I’ve listed a few tips from my end, but I’m sure there are many more. Stay healthy, everybody! If anyone does set up a virtual happy hour, I wouldn’t mind an invite. :)
Paul’s work at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power consists of planning and procuring large scale renewable energy projects to meet LA’s goal of 100% clean energy by 2045. Paul graduated from UCLA with his B.S. in 2015 and obtained his M.S. in Civil Engineering from UC Berkeley with a focus on Energy and Climate in 2016. He’s currently obtaining is Masters in Public Administration from the University of Southern California. He is passionate about sustainable infrastructure and is involved with several initiatives with the American Society of Civil Engineers.