Top Things That Everyone Needs To Change About Their Workspace at Home

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Working at home has become the norm for a lot of us. We’ve all been adapting our homes into offices so that we can be productive without needing a fully-fledged office. Many of us thought that it would be easy to work from home. Sadly, that’s really not the case.

Most of us are discovering how hard some freelancers have it when they work from home. There are countless distractions that affect our productivity, and many of us don’t even have a proper desk to work at.

So if you’re going to be working at home for an extended period of time, here are some of the top things that you need to change about your workspace.

Use a laptop? Get some cheap accessories

Laptops are great for most people to use on-the-go. However, if you have to use a laptop for a long time on a desk, you’ll probably know just how uncomfortable it can get.

Get yourself a keyword, a laptop stand, a mouse, and perhaps a wrist rest. These accessories are cheap and will make your workday so much more comfortable since you’re not cramped around a tiny laptop keyboard looking down at the screen all the time.

Get a real desk

If you find yourself working on a kitchen countertop, on a dining table or, even worse, on your bed, then you need to immediately get yourself a proper desk and a chair.

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It doesn’t matter if it’s just a small desk that only fits your laptop. You need to protect your posture by getting a proper desk and chair so you can feel more comfortable working for long periods at a time. If you don’t have a desk yet, then you need to invest in one.

Focus on your posture

Your posture will take a hit when working from home because most of us either use our laptops at strange angles or we work on surfaces that aren’t designed for computers.

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That’s why the previous tip is so important, but you could also consider looking at obVus Solutions to help your posture. These strategies can help remind you of your posture so that you’re constantly fixing it and focusing on ergonomics. We should all try to avoid working in uncomfortable positions that we eventually get used to.

Invest in some storage

It’s a good idea to get some storage to help you stay organized. Even if it’s just a simple desk organizer for pens and other loose bits, it’s a good idea to keep all of your stuff in a single place that you can easily search through.

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Or why not go further and do a complete declutter of your desk, workspace, or even entire office? It’s amazing how much stuff we accumulate over the years (and months, or even weeks), but just forget to throw out or get used to. Don’t worry; you don’t have to throw everything out when you declutter. If you want to keep things but don’t want them taking up space in your office, you can investigate renting storage units for the best of both worlds. 

The last thing you want is to be blaming family members for moving important work documents or having your dog chew on something that’s important for work. Get yourself some storage and you’ll find it far less stressful to work at home.

If you want to make working from home more comfortable, you need to make some changes to that way that you schedule your day and how you organize your office. We’ve listed a couple of important changes to make and we hope they’ll serve you well in the future.

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