​Find Your Perfect Work-From-Home Playlist

Published March 20th, 2020

WFH Playlists To Keep You Going

2020 has become the year of social distancing. Isolation. If you’re anything like me, maybe a little cabin fever is starting to set in. A number of businesses have made the decision to implement mandatory work-from-home. So, what is the soundtrack of our newfound lives as remote workers? Because I think we can all agree, working in silence is out of the question. It might take a little trial and error to see what’s right for you. You want something stimulating, but not distracting. We came up with a few playlist ideas to keep us all grounded and motivated when working from home!

For the music history lover…

Classical music, specifically instrumental classical music, has been proven to increase focus and productivity. So maybe a sweeping sonata or a nice nocturne can be your perfect work-from-home playlist.

For the film lover…

Film scores are great to listen to while working. It is, after all, composed to be beautiful, but not to pull focus. Another plus is that there is some movement with film scores, so it never feels one-note.

For the Disney lover…

If you like the idea of non-distracting instrumental music, but classical music isn’t your thing, then maybe you want to try a little pixie dust with these instrumental Disney classics.

If you want to be in on the joke….

Sometimes it helps to laugh at a situation. So if you’re feeling like you need to lighten the mood, laugh a little with this quarantine playlist!

Have you found your perfect work-from-home playlist yet? Chime in with your favorites on Twitter!

Anna Schaeffer

Marketing Content Specialist

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