So for me I'm getting into a new routine, get up (later than usual,) go through my morning routine (contacts, shower, etc,) then walk across the house to my home office and turn on the work laptop, personal desktop, and the most important feature, the coffee maker.
The problem is after work. Similar to Steve, I'm having a tough time getting into a routine, or doing things I want / should be doing (exercise bike or home gym time,) and instead I'm finding myself sprawled on the couch binge-watching Westworld.
The wife and I have spent some time (she's working from home too,) coming up with lists of "things to do" while our state is on a "stay home" order, some housework we've been putting off (painting a stairwell,) some is just fun stuff (hobbies and such we don't do as much as we'd like.)
But it's tough. It's tough when you have the thought "hey, let's go to the movies this weeken... Oh. Yeah." Or going out for dinner.
About the only thing that isn't a problem for us, is trying to keep kids amused while the schools are shut down. The cats don't care a whole lot that we're home, other than getting the occasional pet during the day or being able to explore the wifes' craft room / home office (which they normally don't get to go into, too much for them to get into.)