Many of us are finding ourselves working from home as more businesses make the tough decision to close their doors but look for way to keep moving forward. If you’re like me, you worked occasionally at the dining room table, on the couch, even on your bed from time to time. Setting up a dedicated work-space is important for organization and also to have a space where you feel productive.
The foundation of your work-space is the desk. Choose something that will give you enough space to perform the work you want to do and be organized. There are many options from lap desks, stand-up working stations, wall-mounted surfaces, to the traditional sit-down desk.
Now that you have your space, you need to optimize it. A great monitor riser (like the one below) offers you an ergonomic view and ample storage space.
If you choose to sit, you’ll need a chair that keeps you comfy and takes care of your back. Check out this alternative option I found on Amazon.
Once you have these foundations, make it your space. Odds are you’ll be spending a significant amount of time here. Fill it with things that make you smile, ease tension, and spark joy and creativity. We’ll get through this hurdle. Be Well.