Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 11:32:42 AM. . By Frances Wisniewski.
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.
In order to minimize your distractions, you'll need to choose a quiet location or be mindful of how you place your office furniture. Choose the most quiet and isolated room in the house if possible, but be sure that there is sufficient light (preferably from outdoors). If the only available room is in a nosier area, consider soundproofing the walls (foam egg crates can be bought cheaply and provide some insulation). Move your main workspace, such as a computer desk, away from the noise sources.
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