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However, working from home comes with challenges too. Balancing your laptop on your knee with papers strewn across the floor is okay for a while, but sooner or later you need to make sure you have a proper work space, both for organisational purposes, and for your own peace of mind (it’s important to be able to switch off at the end of the day, and sitting at your kitchen table staring at your work notes won’t help with that). There’s also the matter of children (and/or pets) demanding attention, and sapping productivity as they do.
For many people, the biggest challenge is finding the right place to work. If your designated workplace is uninviting, small or impractical, it will immediately take the morning spring out of your step.
We’ve spoken to the experts at NOOK Design to look at some of the problems you might encounter when setting up your perfect home workspace, and come up with a few NOOK solutions that can up your home office productivity, and help you keep that all-important work/life balance…
10 things to consider when planning a home working space