Set regular business hours, so work and home tasks don’t interact.
Keep a professional attitude when you’re “at work.”
Set up a separate business phone line, dedicated computer, and other equipment and systems.
Locate your office in its own space, preferably in its own room.
Use technology (such as e-mail-based calendar) to manage your time and yourself.
Set specific daily business goals and track your progress.
Take breaks like you would working away from home.