8. Find a Coworking Space
After trying to work from home, you may truly find it next-to-impossible to concentrate. Going to the library or a cafe is a good option for giving yourself time out of the house. But unfortunately, it may not be the quietest place to get things done, either, and it can often be even more distracting than just trying to summon the willpower to continue working at home.
Coworking spaces are businesses that provide desks for people to work in peace, in exchange for a monthly fee. They usually have different price points, depending on the amenities you get. For example, you might only pay $100 a month to take your laptop to whatever desk happens to be open that day, or $300 a month for a private office. Most people who pay for these spaces are in the same boat as you, so they respect each other’s need for peace and quiet. But there are also networking events where you can meet local entrepreneurs, as well.
Shannon Quinn is the editor-in-chief of InspiringHome.org