Here are some tips for home working
Maintain regular hours
Set a schedule, and stick to it...most of the time. Having clear guidelines for when to work and when to call it a day helps many remote workers maintain a work-life balance.
Create a morning routine
Deciding you'll sit down at your desk and start work at a certain time is one thing. Creating a routine that guides you into the chair is another. What is your morning routine delineates the start of work? It might be making a cup of coffee. It might be returning home after a jog.
Set ground rules with the people in your space
Avoid having conference calls with loads of background noise by setting ground rules with other people in your home or who share your space for when you work.
Know your company's policy on break times and take them. If you're self-employed, give yourself adequate time during the day to walk away from the computer screen and phone. Make sure you take breaks in their entirety, don't short-change yourself during breaks, especially your lunch hour.
Don't hesitate to ask for what you need
If you're employed by a company or organisation that supports your work-from-home setup, request the equipment you need as soon as you start working from home, or within a day or two when you realise you need something new. It's extremely important to set precedents early that you will ask for what you need to get your job done comfortably, including the right monitor, keyboard, mouse, chair, printer, software, and so forth.