As the trend towards remote work continues to grow, the more people are realizing the benefit of having a separate workspace.
But just having a home office space set up doesn’t automatically mean you’ll be more productive.
For example, you could have a room with a door, but if you have young children or animals at home with you, sound can quickly become an issue.
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.
Your job both challenges and inspires you. If you feel anxious or stressed at work, you may decide to use relaxation techniques such as deep breathing or meditation. It may also help to adjust your office space.
You’re trying to wrap up that last paragraph before sending it off to your client when a soft knock on your door interrupts your thoughts.
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Want your work from home experience to actually be different from your stuffy cubicle or lower-level office? Take advantage of your personal space. You get some sunshine, you can customize your space, and you’ll actually know what time of day it is – even if you don’t leave the house. But with each joy comes responsibility Read More