Working from home South Australians are getting into the swing of working in isolation. Send in more working from home pictures to email@example.com. Thursday March 26, 2020 7 Photos View in gallery mode Thursday March 26, 2020 7 Photos Thursday March 26, 2020 1/7 Jarrad Basnec from DMCA. "For me, routine is the most important thing in staying productive, along with taking regular breaks as I would at the office. Surrounding myself with plants helps me feel relaxed and provides a space where I differentiate between home and work." 2/7 Kate Bruce from business and accounting advisory firm DMCA. “For me, it’s important to have a clean workspace with minimal distractions but still incorporating that homely feel. However, our four-legged friend is always welcome and enjoys a walk on my lunch break." 3/7 Dr Niki Vincent, SA Commissioner for Equal Opportunity and convenor of Chiefs for Gender Equity. "My team members have been absolutely marvellous in getting themselves organised quickly to work effectively from home – and we have had brilliant help from our IT team to make this happen. They have been absolute heroes. Needless to say, this new way of working is going to take some getting used to – but I’m sure in a few weeks we will all have adapted reasonably well. In the meantime, I’ve told my team members to cut themselves some slack if they don’t feel as if they’re being as productive as they usually are for a little while." 4/7 History Festival admin officer Liz Grandmaison. 5/7 Manager of the Centre of Democracy Nikki Sullivan. 6/7 SA research director at real estate services firm JLL, Rick Warner has spent the isolation period camped out in front of his record collection. 7/7 Triana, digital marketing specialist at Feeney Marketing, with little Chloe. "Being a new mother in 2020 is difficult. I need to plan my week in advance, I lock my day and stick with it!"