Home Office Work Space

If you are creating a home office, the work space is the most important element.

The best part of working at home? Working at home.

The worst part? Working at home.

Creating the opportunity to work out of your home is a dream come true for many people. Most people gladly give up a time clock, office attire, and work environment drama.

However, working from home has its own world of challenges. The distractions can be overwhelming if you don’t set boundaries from the get-go.

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  • Isolate your work area. This could be an entire room or just a small area of your bedroom. Wherever it is, you need a place to call your own. A place where others in the home know that if you are in that space, you are working and are not to be disturbed. Preferably, make it a quiet, out-of-the-way space.
  • Keep your supplies readily handy. If you use a lot of paper, for example, in the copier and while you’re working, it can tend to pile up. Have folders and a file box to keep all that organized. Yes, most will go on your computer but nothing seems to quite take the place of paper so don’t let it pile up!
  • Keep distractions to a minimum. When you’re working, you are working. Be sure your family, friends and neighbors know that certain hours are off-limits. Just because you are at home doesn’t mean you have time to stop and chat with that stay-at-home Mom next door!

 

The reality of working at home is that you really are working. Don’t let distractions and a cluttered office area detract from what you are trying to accomplish.