If you’re among the millions of people now working from home as a result of the pandemic, you may be dreaming of the days you spent away from home at “the office”.
Lunches with co-workers have been replaced by quick grab ‘n’ go leftover reheats or…for the most time-poor among us, adding GrubHub to your phone’s speed-dial.
While you can set up shop in the corner of a closet or room, if setting aside – or building – an entire room for your home office is just not feasible, there are ways around it.
Enter the “portable office”.
The concept is not new.
From real estate agents to door to door salesmen, setting up a mobile/portable office is not a new idea.
It’s never the wrong time to start getting organized. No matter what the motivation, bringing order to your life will help facilitate your sense of creativity, relieve feelings of stress and increase your productivity. It is a well known fact that your surroundings go hand-in-hand with your well being. Check out these tips on how to take the plunge into getting organized for the sake of your mental health.
Without question, it’s important to always have a budget. And any financial advisor worth his or her salt will tell you that you need to create an emergency fund.
You know…the one where you’ve set aside three to six months (at a minimum) of living expenses?
Along with the development of the
world, there is an array of families living in big cities whose land banks are
becoming increasingly limited. They cannot afford to rent or buy a big apartment,
so many choose to settle in a small home.