Published at Monday, February 19th, 2018 - 13:48:47 PM. . By Gaelle Butterfield.
Only populate the room with what is needed such as office furniture, supplies, and practical equipment. Take measures to secure a high level of privacy. That might mean adding heavy curtains or even simply requesting your family to respect your need for solitude during your work hours. That doesn't mean, however, that a few plants, family photos, or other miscellaneous décor should be avoided altogether.
The layout of the room is important to maintain its functionality as well as provide a peaceful area where you can focus on the tasks at hand. The problem with working from home is the vulnerability to distraction. Whether it's the sound of the garbage man, the smell of laundry that needs to be folded, or the neighbor's dog yapping through the afternoon, sometimes you'll find yourself working longer than you would on site.
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