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Curating a Productive Space
Whether you’ve just started working from home or if you’ve been doing it for years, it’s always a good idea to give your space a refresh every once in a while. Making sure your space is set up to spur productivity and also be comfortable is crucial to benefitting from your WFH office.
With anything, there are tactical measures to be considered when curating a work-from-home situation that truly works for you. Before getting into the design of your office, ask yourself about the state of your home office. Do you have good WiFi? When working from home, it can be more difficult to ensure that you have an internet connection that can withstand an influx of users (if you share a home with others), and stay on top of daily video meetings, etc. Do you have a flat, clear surface to work from? If not, clear off a space that is solely for work that can mimic a desk. It’s too easy to make any space a workspace when you’re at home, so take the lap out of “laptop” and create a desk area that supports your productivity! These seemingly small measures go a long way.
Setting Up Your WFH Office
Since we are currently in the middle of the largest work from home experiment, putting together a workspace is bound to have trial and error. While it can create a more comfortable environment to work in, there are things to think about, especially if you’re working in multi-purpose rooms in your house that can cause distractions.
Creating a workspace you love can include many things, and luckily you have the freedom to experiment with different interior design methods, aromatherapy, furniture, and even work boundaries and scheduling. For the majority of people, establishing a space that is only to be used for work can be difficult. Making the most of the space you have is key.
While working from home can provide its own unique set of challenges, it can result in beautiful results. Take the time to invest in your workspace so that it can invest in you.