How to create the ideal working environment in your home:
Posted on Friday, July 24th, 2020
Create a separate space:
It’s always important to create a separation between your work and home lives, and this is probably even more important when working from home. It doesn’t have to be big, but creating a dedicated working space will make a huge difference to your concentration levels, energy and productivity whilst working from home.
When in an office, some people prefer their desks to be organized chaos, however this is a tactic that doesn’t really translate to the home. First of all, you’re most likely to have less space, and you’re probably going to have less paperwork than you would at the office.
At home a minimalist approach works best. Only clutter your desk with things that you need and have regular clear-outs. Invest in a small desk of drawers to help with organisation and some file dividers or boxes for paperwork. A tidy space will aid productivity whilst also having huge benefits on how comfortable you are.
Find natural daylight:
Working in an office with natural daylight has long been sought after that should be no different when working from home. It improves your mood, makes you happier and has shown to help with concentration. When considering where in your home is the best place to work, this should be at the top of your consideration list.
Do you have any tips of your own for working from home? Do share them with us.