With everything going on in the world, working from home should be seen as a privilege right now, so creating the ultimate desk set up is crucial to keep your productivity levels at an all time high. However, in week 6 of lockdown it’s safe to say your productivity high might be starting to slip a little as cabin fever starts to set in. But don’t stress, our true home office set-up hacks are here to help you out - so here’s how to achieve the ultimate working from home desk set up.
An Actual Desk Is Crucial
You may have to get creative here but setting yourself up a makeshift desk to work on is crucial for routine and productivity levels. You’re bound to be far more productive at a desk, rather than sitting on your laptop in bed or on the sofa in front of day time TV.
When working from home it can help to boost your mood by surrounding yourself with whatever it is that inspires you to work. Think anything from stacks of glossy magazines, candles, plants, or simply pictures of your family. It’s all about the aesthetics when keeping your WFH desk situation as optimum as possible.
While we appreciate this can be tricky depending on the space you’re currently living in, it’s important to keep your “work” space and “living” space as separate as possible. Try to keep your working from home desk space free from clutter and noisy distractions.
Get Some Fresh Air
Whilst not everyone has access to a garden, going out for a short walk and sitting in the sunshine (if the suns out) for a short time will make a real difference to your mental health and productivity levels. Fresh air also clears your mind, and lunchtime walks have been proven to increase productively levels and help keep people more focused.
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