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Create Your Perfect Home Office

If you work from home, you know how wonderful it can be. No sitting in traffic while commuting, no fussy office wardrobe and no interruptions from colleagues on the way to the breakroom. Yet sometimes you may find it difficult to stay focused and productive at home. The key is having a good workspace. The dining room table is fine for kids doing homework, but as a professional you need something better.

Location

As with any real estate decision, the most important aspect is location. You may be able to get by with commandeering a portion of your master suite. Some floor plans include a nook or seating area that is set apart from the restful, intimate bedroom space. Ideally, however, your office will be a room of its own. Convert an attic or basement if necessary. This separation is essential in maintaining a healthy work-life balance.

Décor

Create a business-like tone that will put you in an industrious frame of mind. Furnish the room with a desk, chair and bookshelf, ergonomically arranged for your comfort and efficiency. Add artwork that is unique and personal but still professional. Rather than family pictures, display personal prints customized to fit your space perfectly. Warm up the office with cheerful but soothing paint colors and a high-quality area rug. If clients will see the office, you will need guest chairs and a small side table. Complete your accessorizing efforts with thriving houseplants.

Lighting

Good lighting is indispensable to a good work space. Natural light is best, but artificial will do as long as you have the proper levels. Dimly lit spaces lead to eye strain, fatigue and headaches. Harsh fluorescent lighting can cause migraines. Proper lighting can improve your mood during the workday. Install full-spectrum daylight bulbs in overhead fixtures for proper ambient lighting. Once your furniture is in place, augment with task lighting as needed, being sure to avoid glare on your computer screen. With the right lighting, you can design a bright and cheery office that will make you smile each morning.

Improve Your Home Working Space: Tips To Maximize Productivity

One of the things that we always look forward to is to work from the comfort of our homes. Free from the traffic jams and to have a quality time with our families in between work hours. While we are thinking about these conveniences, we should also consider to be able to create our own small office at home. Now let’s take a look at these tips on how we are going to make our small offices as efficient and at ease.

Location

Are you considering to rent a place where you can create your own workplace or do you have a huge space in your home where you can set it up as a workplace? A small investment is not a problem if you have decided to work from your homes. Just always consider what do you think is best for you. You may want to rent a condominium that could also be your office but make sure that it is just nearby your place.

Choosing the Finest Pieces of Furniture

As Filipinos, we tend to choose what we think what is the best. But we must always plan first each of the spaces that we will be using. For example, what is the function of each space? Choose a desk that would not maximize the space but will be comfortable for you whenever you are writing and that something that would make you feel relaxed than disturbed.

If you have clients that will come over. A two seats in front of the desk at least is suggested to accommodate two people. While plenty of seating depends on how big the place of your home office is.

Through the fast pacing technology, we are all aware how gadgets have really reduced the amount of paper works that we found in our offices. But of course, we still cannot avoid and we still need a file storage for the papers we receive sometimes right? Search for file cabinets that can be worked into a wall of bookshelves for desirable storage.

Make it more Personalized

One of the things that we encounter in people nowadays is that they love to personalize all their stuffs. Some would say to avoid losing and purchase another one. But some prefers personalized stuff as it describes their personality and creativity same thing with having your very own home office. We will enjoy our time at work while we take a look around us and be inspired by the environment of your own masterpiece. Choose the right wallpaper decors, the curtains must always be the color that sets your perfect mood. Hang in your favorite paintings or photographs is one of the things you may want to consider too in decorating your home office.

The feel of Nature

Plants maintain the atmosphere. According in a research, Interior plants are good for buildings and people in a variety of subtle ways. Interior landscapes play an energetic role in providing a pleasant and serene environment in which it helps your workplace happier and less stressful.

You do not need to spend a large amount of money to create your own home office. Everything will be depending on your own imagination you just have to be yourself, Always.

REFERENCES

http://www.yamtorrecampo.com/key-elements-to-a-comfortable-and-functional-home-office/

http://www.yamtorrecampo.com/some-frugal-ideas-on-house-and-home-improvement/

https://www.ambius.com/learn/benefits-of-our-services/

Time Management Tips for WAHMs

busy mom

There are times when mothers think that working at home is the best thing that they can do because they can take care of the house while earning money at the same time. It has been proven that this is not actually true; there are some moms who end up giving up their work because they are just doing so many things. Time management can be hard if you do not know what you should do. Here are some tips that will help you out:

  • Keep an organizer and list down the things that you need to do. This will keep you informed in case you forget anything.
  • Do not procrastinate. It might be fun to observed pure beauties on the Internet but really, procrastinating will not do anything good for you.
  • Follow your schedule.

It might be hard but it will get easier once you get used to it.

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