If you’re working from home, you’re probably spending a lot of time sitting at your desk. Doesn’t it make sense to make it a comfortable and functional area?
The best office setup takes care of each detail, including the chair mat. But chair mats can be expensive – what if you don’t want to spring for one?
Fortunately, there are ways you can protect your floor without breaking the budget. Here are some ideas for alternatives to office chair mats.
What used to be the realm of professional musicians, videographers and other professionals is now available to the average person.
Video and audio technology have advanced to the point where much if not all of the creation of podcasts, videos, and other creative works can be done from the privacy of your own home.
Today, many people are taking advantage of that technology to create their own businesses, working from home when and where they want.
You probably decided to homeschool, at least partly, because of the freedom it offers you. Freedom to decide the curriculum you’re teaching your children. And the freedom to pass on your family values.
This means you also have the freedom to decide when, where, and how you’ll teach your children. (assuming, of course, you abide by the homeschool laws in your state)
And if you’re new to homeschooling you might have discovered that Pinterest is a great place to find ideas.
Setting up an office can be overwhelming, especially if it’s your first time. It’s almost impossible to anticipate which office supplies you’ll need in the future. This can be frustrating and may lead to making wrong decisions. Another scenario is when you’ve been at your workplace for a while and your office somehow has become an unpleasant environment over the years and you need to make it functional again. In any case, what you need is to set your priorities straight and create a list of three categories ‒ very important, important and not that important. Start off this way and it will be much easier. We are here to give some suggestions and help you organize and decorate your office. Read More
Guest Blogger: Jasmine Smith
Making the most out of your home office space is vital, especially when it boils down to productivity. Having a simplistic and practical home office space will always ensure that you can knuckle down and get your concentration cap on. There’s always room for a bit of fun, but the main key is to design a place where you can concentrate and work in peace. Read More