How to Create the Best At-Home Workspace to Increase your Productivity!
We all agree that an at-home space should be the least distracting space in our homes, but we still find it hard to create the perfect workspace. Let’s find out the biggest mistakes while setting up an at-home workspace.
Chic, luxurious, cozy, or whatever kind of style you want to achieve in your at-home workspace, always remember that your productivity should be the most important thing to achieve after all. We humans can get very easily distracted and as a result of that, we will accept any reason to procrastinate, so creating an environment full of distractions because “it looks good” will turn your productivity into a productivity disaster.
The best and most effective change that you should bring in your at-home workspace will be your lighting. Know that lighting can make or break a workspace. The first best lighting that we recommend is natural lighting. Try to position your at-home workspace close to the window to get the most of the natural lighting.
Steal the look
Natural lighting is not the only lighting you should focus on, a good office lamp, wall lamp or floor lampare also key for a good workspace. So invest in some good lamps that will be not only good for your productivity but also for your eyes!
Steal the look
What can you tell us about your chair? Is it comfortable, too comfortable, or not comfortable at all? Be very rational about the choice of your desk chair. It should meet your height, shape, and material preferences, but most importantly don’t pick the coziest one that invites you to slack off of it.
Maybe you want to decorate your desk or maybe you just have a lot of stuff that you need, in both cases find a way to declutter your desk. Nothing is more distracting than having too many random items in your workspace.
Have you ever jumped from your chair to your bed to take “a break”? If yes, then let me tell you that your desk is probably not in the best place in the house. Try to find a new space in the house where your work and sleep space are separated.