Everyone knows that those who have chosen blogging careers working at home is the ideal setup. You get to work whenever you want, wherever you want. You have all the freedom in the world, and you don’t have to shower and dress up first thing in the morning.
Whether you’re rather new to working at home or you’ve been doing it for a while, you know that while there is some truth to those ideas, working at home isn’t all sugar and spice.
There is always the temptation to procrastinate, which is not made easier by the plethora of distractions present at home as opposed to a real office.
One piece of advice that every work at home person receives is to create a space dedicated to work. This we all know to be true.
But how do you do that?
It’s easy enough to say, but in reality, some of us may not have the luxury of a study, like the ones we see on TV or in the movies. Fortunately, we can make a working space out of what we have – whether it’s a corner in the living room or the guest bedroom.
If you need a little inspiration on how to create your home office when you don’t have a lot of space, take a look at this infographic. It gives you ideas on how to transform different places in your home to a working space. More than picking the space, it also gives you tips on tools and equipment to ensure maximum productivity.
How to Create Your Home Office
What’s your working space like? How did you create it? If you want, share photos with us!
Emily Johnson says
Noemi, thanks for sharing this great infographic. Being a writer I decided to organize my work space to ensure maximum productivity. It was not easy, but I’ve learned many interesting ways for organizing my workplace. Yes, some facts looks fantastic, but they really work. I described them in my new infographic http://omnipapers.com/ways-to-organize-your-home-writing-cabinet-infographic
Noemi, what do you think about?
Noemi Tasarra-Twigg says
That’s helpful, Emily. I particularly like the “Zone 2” part. That’s what I have been implementing in the past year as I used to work all over the place. Setting boundaries between work and relaxation places is important.