A workplace watercooler for telecommuters and anyone who wears pajamas to work.
Setting the Stage for Big Writing Magic
When I first imagined a home office, I daydreamed about living in an old English manor with a stained glass window in the library and a circular, iron staircase leading to the second floor bookcases.
Getting The Most Out of Working From Home
Very few of us were unaffected by the Covid lockdowns that have been with us for more than a year now. Some, like restaurant owners and their staff members, were unfortunately not able to operate. Others were more fortunate in that they could work from home.
The Virtual Wardrobe
Most of us are going to complete a year of lockdown next month, a milestone that crept up on us while we have been dreaming of normality. However, one thing we were all aware of quite early on was that flexi-working was here to stay.
How to Design a Better Workspace
Recently I made my living room into an office. Weird choice? Maybe. But it set me to thinking more about how the way we design our space directly affects the amount of work we complete and the way we feel while doing it.
A Simple Guide to Upgrading Your Home Office
Since the beginning of the pandemic, my partner and I spent a little more than $700 to upgrade our home office. We’ve already been working from home before the pandemic, so our daily working patterns didn’t change much. Yet, what changed during the lockdown is that we started working much more than we used to.
Designing your productive home office space
Working from home, then anyone knows an imperfect space, whether that means chattering family members, frigid temps or an uncomfortable chair, can ruin your mood and make your productivity nosedive. Luckily, there’s plenty of small things you can do to improve your workspace-to encourage a productive and happy day working from home.
So, Covid-19 Has Forced You to Work From Home?
I have been a full-time writer and photographer for the last ten years, working from my home office, when I wasn’t on location. Even when I did work a regular job, my wife had a home office for the last 15 years.
Working From Home
Working Safely at Home At home, you're responsible for creating your own working environment, often in a space quite unlike an office. You also need to make sure that you stay mentally and physically healthy.
7 Top Tips For Working From Home
I’ve been working from home since mid-March 2020 and I love it, but sometimes it has been hard to stick to a routine and focus. There are SO many distractions at home…You have fur babies and/or kids, or spouse, or housemates and sometimes its just hard to be productive.
Blinds Direct Online Guide to Choosing Blinds for Your Home Office.
With new lockdown rules implemented across Britain, it is clear that remote work isn’t going anywhere soon. During 2020, many transitioned from working in the office to working from home, and some made changes to their home spaces to create a “working atmosphere.” Blinds Direct Online, a leading producer of handmade window blinds, is sharing some advice on making your home workspace feel more like an office without taking away the coziness of home.
What I Wish I Knew Before Working From Home...
When I was presented with the opportunity to work from home during the pandemic, I felt a rush of relief. It was an obvious solution to my life’s problems (unemployment, lack of financial security, little to no career prospects) and I accepted the position without a second thought. Now, nearly four months later, I’ve had some time to consider the things I wish I knew before taking on the task of working from home. There is a plethora of advice articles and videos, but none really spoke to how to keep your house a home when it is also your workspace. Working from the living room of my tiny one-bedroom apartment, I had to navigate many obstacles that no amount of “how to plan your day” or “organization” articles could prepare me for because there is so much more involved in the practicality of working from home. So, it’s only fair that I share what I’ve learned.
A Writing Desk Changed My Writing Experience For The Better
Writing requires a lot of sitting and many writers aspire to have a home office. It doesn’t have to be an entire room. A functional corner with a desk, ergonomic chair, stationery, and a reading lamp will do but sometimes money and space don’t allow it.