Here are some articles with tips and ideas for getting started with setting up your home office.
- How to Set Up Your Home Office – Beverly Block
Working from home is the latest trend. The environment has a direct or indirect relationship with the output of your work. This article helps you to set up the right backdrop for your home office. The entire process involved in setting up home office is given in 5 simple steps.
- Seven Rules in Setting Up Your Home Office – Jenny Fulbright
This article is about giving importance to productivity and creating a balance with life. 7 important steps that covers all the aspects in setting up a home office and yet not getting interrupted by noticeable distractions. Each and every step is elaborate and does not allow the reader to overlook trivial facts. Thereby, creating harmony between two faces of life – Office and Home.
- Get a Home Office Set Up on a Shoestring – Coral Nafie
The place of work motivates you to become productive. Coral, an interior designer, has taken into account all the details that would help the reader design the work space from home. This article provides tips on maintaining the cost while creating a comfortable yet professional home office.
- How to Set-up a Home Office – Linda Novey-White
The 5 “P” logic is very well communicated to the readers. The distractions involved while starting home office cannot be assumed in the first place. This article throws light to all events that can make you unsuccessful, should you have your office set up at home. In addition, the basic decisive factors, one has to keep in mind while establishing home office is also highlighted.
- Home Office: Identifying Your Needs – Marjan Zemljic
Not very elaborate, but the article speaks, in general, about the requirements of setting up a home office. It’s more of sharing thoughts with the reader who would just be thinking of a home office. Reasons of having office space at home, locating the right place, furniture to be used, are all cited in this article.
Working from home is not just a trend it is fabulous opportunity for many to balance the home and work commitments. The issue for me was maintaining a positive routine that not only supported my work commitments, but allowed my family to comprehend that I am working and the time for family play is after work. This took some considerable energy in the first few months, but friends and children eventually got the message.