In the year 2020, a lot of people who worked from home had a nice, if not dedicated, workstation. All of the living rooms, kitchens, dining rooms, and bedrooms have been turned into cubicles and are usually thrown together without much thought. There are easy and inexpensive ways to make working from home feel more open and roomy.
This stand is a must-have for anyone who uses a laptop. It can grow up to eight inches tall, tilt up to 45 degrees, and spin 360 degrees. Because the base has holes, the device can cool down when it needs to. It also has a strong metal body that looks good in any home office and works with almost any laptop.
In a recent FlexJobs survey, 65% of respondents said they were more productive working from home than in an office. This is because more teams are switching to remote or flexible work from home (WFH) to stop the spread of COVID-19. This is because WFH usually requires less attention, less stress while driving, less noise overall, a more private setting, and, most importantly, wearing comfortable clothes. You can wear your pajamas all day long.
Make sure they fit well together and don’t take up too much space so you have enough room to move around when you need a change of scenery or a break.
You don’t have to make your bed in the morning, but you should clear off your desk for a few minutes. After you’ve figured out what you use most often at your workstation, set up places to keep it. Don’t go against your natural tendencies. If you always put your pens on the right, put a pen cup there.
Some research shows that adding plants to your office could make you up to 15% more productive. To take care of a few indoor plants, you don’t have to be a great gardener. Succulents have the same positive effects on your mind as larger, more demanding plants, but they are easier to care for. If you’re still scared, go to your local gardening store and ask for help choosing something that won’t be easy to kill.
Home offices often get the least amount of natural light because they are the smallest rooms in the house and don’t have many large windows. Use a task light instead to keep your eyes from getting tired.
If you recently started working from home, you probably already know that your living room isn’t the best place for it. Since we might be working this way for a long time, it’s a good idea to clear out a good space to make it as easy as possible to keep working while on lockdown. To stay sane in these strange times, it’s important to clean up, get lots of light, and have a comfortable chair. We’ve put together some of our best ideas for decorating your home office to help you get through quarantine as quickly as possible.